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Room 303 Won’t “Make You Cry” But He Might Make You Groove

This six track EP has the magnitude of a full length album.

Toronto's TJ Train, or Room 303, burst into the dance music scene in 2010 and has since ascended into success and praise. His musical ties in rock, jazz and hip-hop have influenced his productions in numerous ways, summoning the attention of record executives and industry talent, and nudging him into major gigs with artists like Damian Lazarus, Guy Gerber, Audiofly and Sasha. His previous collaboration "Every Time I See You" with Canadian Nathan Barato was a massive release on Hot Creations and even shows off Room 303's vocals.


While his latest EP is penned Make You Cry, the act of shedding tears is contrary to the spirit of this EP. This deep house laden work starts off with a track of the same name and works with a lullaby-like formula that's complete with euphoric vocals and a whirling percussion. "Just Like That" is done with Sean Roman, the Toronto born and now Berlin based DJ/producer. and the third original, "Close The Door" features Roman once again alongside a refreshing guitar melody. The stand out cut is "Look At Me" a euphoria-laced, romantic, call to the dancefloor.

The EP also includes two remixes of "Make You Cry" by Terence Kissner and Sean Roman, himself.

Room 303 will be playing alongside Pavel Gorin in their duo Night Vision at The BPM Festival in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico this month. Make You Cry EP will be out on Sleazy Deep Records on January 19.

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