Rooted in the old school, Super Rhythm Trax churns out records that are unashamedly born out of decades-old dance music traditions. Miami Bass to acid, electro to breakbeat, few stones have been left unturned across the label’s twenty-one releases – so much so that if arranged in the right order, the back catalogue could play as an almost complete history lesson of the hardcore continuum, albeit one with all its material released within the last four years. Ghetto themes have also featured previously, but with Frankie Castle and DJ Ford Forster steering the ship we see SRT properly venture into those waters for the first time.

Also equipped with a stripped-back remix from label head Jerome Hill, the impending release marks the launch of brand new sub-label, Bleeper. What the future holds for this new venture isn’t totally clear, but they’ve laid down a marker with the help of Castle and Foster, dialling up the sleaze for a ghetto house jam full of forward propulsion.

Bounce That is out 21st April on Super Rhythm Trax – pre-order the vinyl here.

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