After several years of DJing and partying together, London based producers PJU and Earl Grey raided their collection of samples recorded solely on floppy discs and put them into a new project.
The result is 'Call Me Up' — a thumping club cut inspired by the duo's love of Chicago house and jackin' rhythms — which was released via Exploited's newly founded sub label (Exploited Ghetto) earlier this month.
For those who don't already know, PJU is an alias of London DJ/production duo Punks Jump Up. Earl Grey is the solo project of Danny Ashenden, one half of the C90s and part of Say Yes to Another Excess with production pal, Daniel Avery.
Stream PJU & Earl Grey's new video for 'Call Me Up' below or via DJ Mag TV.
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