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Although his musical thinking is sophisticated, moody, deep and sometimes dark he is somewhat of an outlier. In his own mind he is confident and determined in his expression, yet from within the complexities of his character he reaches out with warm hands to those around him.

The invitation is always a smile, hug and a drink. You cannot help but then want to understand more about why he is. Let you’re ears free from the tiredness of formality and be enchanted by the voice of Jack Love.

Currently #33 in the ARIA Club Charts.

Suckmusic would like to welcome Adelaide boys Wellsaid & Rubberteeth to the label. It has been a busy 2012 for both producers who’s collaborations are popping up on some quality labels across the country. When we first heard South Side Jam we were so excited that we promptly got into the car, put the track on repeat, and floored it South Side! After some nice fish and chips (washed down with a can of Sprite) in Frankston we went home and said yeah we sign track ok now cool cool!

This track kills it in the clubs and you can be forgiven for jamming. Completing this package we have remixes by Melbourne locals and house party professionals Mike Metro, Hey Sam and Choobz.

Currently #28 in the ARIA Club Charts.

SupercalifragilisticexpialiDOPESH!T.OK…so… Hey Sam & Butters must have a serious crush on Mary Poppins, or they are just two very weird dudes. The result of this collab is a, lets say, a Rumble House style track – plenty of bass but not smack in your face.

Eric Laville needs little introduction to the dance music fraternity. His trademark sound is all over his remix and will have the dance floor marching on into the night.

COMBO! are Chris Comito & Bowen Luc. These guys are quickly establishing their name with some quality originals productions and remixes. Keep an eye out for these guys.

As always Swit steps up to the plate with a ripper party rocker remix that is guaranteed to get everyone jumping. The production and musicality of his work always impresses us.

Will Sparks remix is well, the smack in your face version. This is peak time, main room material that will surely do damage in the electro house charts. This talented 19 year old is on track for big things.

SUK019 // In The Clubs Vol 4

12th September 2012

In The Clubs Volume 4 is the fourth compilation in the series dedicated to promoting new and exciting club music by Australian producers.

Swit continues to thrill us with his tough edgy productions. Legacy is a full throttle acid party tune which builds, grinds and drops big time. This is his third release on the ITC compilation series. Dub Kay’s house track Going Back definitely livens up the dance floor when we drop it in our sets. Mischievous Men is a collaboration between some young Melbourne DJ’s on the rise. We heard their track Lucifer out in the clubs, need way say more! Simón Agliati joins us once again with a track titled Esa Musica. Stay tuned for an upcoming EP from this talented producer. Finishing off ITC4 is a track by Jump To This boss Hey Sam and Torren Foot. Shoppin’ Spree is a big bass ghetto tech track that will destroy your speakers. You have been warned.

Orkestrated’s second release on Suckmusic continues from where they left off.
These two tracks are tough, leaving you no choice but to dance and dance hard. Rubber Money has a vocal hook, bass and lead that make for a late night banger and Copycat does the same. Get ur hands up!

There is something quite charming about walking down a brick lane.
Car fume blackened bricks turn to orange as the wall furthers from the stone path. Graffiti, names of lovers scraped by rock tell of memories of those who have wondered down before.
Rubble and litter tell of many stories, while the grass just does its best to live quietly in the corners. When was the last time you wondered…

In The Clubs Volume 3 is the third compilation in the series dedicated to promoting new and exciting club music by Australian producers.

Beat The Banker & Hey Sam go Yh! with a dirty little number that has been rocking the dance floors. Swit backs up with another peak time track The Party, while John Baptiste makes his 3rd In The Clubs appearance with a quality production in Lunchbox. ITC3 welcomes two young producers to the label. Code Luke & Clipping with their tracks Back To Bongo and Not So Frail, reflecting a deeper club sound.

OUT NOW on Beatport & iTunes

This is some real shit. You know how much Rosé cost on sale? 30 dollars a bottle. Im gonna really fuck your mind up. So much so your Head Will Explode into your headphones when played at high volume. Preferably in a residential area.

A bit Shell Shocked you punk mother fuckers, mother fuckers, mother fuckers, yeah alright. Stop and stare, chick aaaaaaaaaarggghhhhhhhhh!

John Baptiste – Shock Leads, Bass, Drums, Samplers.
Choobz – Saw Waves, Bottom End, Rhythm Bleeps, Vocal Snips.