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Klock, Nodge and Shakir to remix Trus’me

by on at 12:05pm

Berlin techno don Ben Klock and Detroit icon Anthony ‘Shake’ Shakir have been commissioned to remix Mancunian house producer Trus’me.

It has been revealed that Klock will turn his hand to “W.A.R Dub”, a brilliant slice of stripped back deep house from 2008 (you can listen to it via the player below). It will form part of a remix series that will also see Klock’s Berghain buddy Norman Nodge remix “Good God” (from the $tilnocheck EP), with Shakir tackling “Sweet Mother”, plucked from the In The Red album.

We can also expect a new album from Trus’me in 2011, which will be the producer’s third long player following Working Night$ (2007) and In The Red (2009).

First up on Prime Numbers in 2011 however is the Fudge Fingas debut album Now About How, due out this month and carrying a tricky title we can only assume was designed purely to trip up unsuspecting journalists. More on that here.

No news yet on release dates but keep an eye on Juno Plus for updates.


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