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Justin Martin - Ruff Stuff [Preview]

dirtybird on May 01, 2012 17:09

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    Available Worldwide 5/8/12

    "Don't Go" is Justin's most emotional work since "The Sad Piano". Ten years after his stunning debut, his ear for gorgeous melodies is stronger than ever. A timeless organ intertwines with an increasingly urgent harp, eventually lifted beyond the heavens by the song’s ethereal vocals. Don't think this $h!t don’t bang though!! "Ruff Stuff" is a rough-n-tough excursion - first swelling with euphoric shimmering chords leading into a full-on drum and bass inspired beatdown. This is the peaktime dirtybird sound at its finest.

    Feedback / Support:
    Jimpster - "Yeah!! Justin back and delivering the deep shit! Don't Go is definitely going to be causing some damage in upcoming sets. Love it!!"
    Tom Flynn - "I've never listened to a promo all the way through before - i just did! 'Don't Go' is absolutely the one!!!!! WOW!! Thank you."
    Riva Starr - "This is even cooler than the first ep, can’t wait for the full album to be released! Loving the harmonies and the angelic voice on Don’t Go... Ruff Stuff is for the more Ruff tuff moments and i love it too thx."
    MANIK – “Dope as fuck. Thanks Justin for always showing the world the U.S has got it!”
    Kev O - (DataTransmission) - "Oh wow, so this is a BIG statement to make. But this is the best output I've heard from Justin in years, perhaps since his last single for Buzzin Fly back in what, 09? WOW. thats the only word that comes to mind at the moment, so that's what I'll leave it as, WOW." ;

    Released by: dirtybird
    Release/catalogue number: DB072
    Release date: May 8, 2012


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