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Dan Shake Serves Up Jazz, House, and a Side of Acid on "Traders II"

Disclaimer: you're never going to want this one to end.
February 5, 2015, 10:28pm

It's pretty good to be Dan Shake these days. Hailing from the UK, the rising artist found his first release 3 AM Jazz Club, released on Moodymann's famed Mahogani Music label, becoming the first artist outside of Detroit to gain the accolade, a monumental feat for any producer in the dance music world. Now in February of 2015, Shake has released a splendid new 12" on Black Acre entitled Out of Sight, the B-side of which we have streaming above. 

Joining forces with Canadian artist Rennie Foster, as well as Alfons Fear on trumpet, "Trader II" presents a soothing medley of acid-synths, shuffling house rhythms, and swirling brass croons. Quite simply, it's one of those tracks you never want to end.

Head to Beatport to pick up your copy of 'Out of Sight.'

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