Run Tingz Digital tear a hole into the new season with their first release of 2014. Living up to its name, "Road Block" is a party-packed skanker that's set to become a summer anthem , courtesy of the label's very own J.Man. Signed exclusively in 2013, his agenda-setting remixes of undisputed Run Tingz classics has cemented his name as one of the best in the business. This is his debut original project with the label, building on his already impressive profile. Complete with his signature jungle drumming and instantly recognisable horn riffs (taken from The Aggravators' "Rockers Almighty" no less) it's the perfect complement to the impeccable lyrical talent of Parly B. One firing original, three vibing versions; Run Tingz Digital are tearing up the dance with promise. Jump on this now!
Dance music is a strange beast: in some quarters it's all about 'avin it large, and in others it's about blokes naming themselves after the people who study the origin and ultimate fate of the universe. Unsurprisingly this EP falls into the latter category, with two diverse tunes to choose from. First up, "Trip 1" is the cosmic disco belter Imagination could have, but never did, get round to making - that Just An Illusion bassline with clackity clack percussion: dancefloor gold basically. Conversely, "Trip 2" takes a flight to Jamaica for some deliciously spaced out cosmic dub.