I’ve always been a true fan of the Murk boys. We were finally able to chill, smoke and talk about things in the scene. We all felt like it was time for us to step into the studio and make some magic happen. Everybody wants to think they are house music producers but it’s clear by this collaboration that it takes a couple of OGs to get it right.
DJ Sneak presents his second release for Exploited Records, laying down some serious swing on 3 club tracks which are destined to make dance floors sweat this summer, from Ibiza to points beyond. With Sneak’s infamous grill and barbecue sessions in mind the “Night Dish EP” is a proper Döner Kebab and Satay Meal after a heavy night out in Berlin. Featuring artwork by Berlin-based street artist Nomad.
Mixmag have the exclusive premiere of Sneak’s new track ‘Help Me One Time’ being released on Exploited Records on June 6th
As another Canadian winter draws to a close, Sneak emerges with the first fruits of a hard few months of studio time. The first of many new releases see’s him team up with fellow house legends Murk (Oscar G and Ralph Falcon) for ‘To The Bassline’. One of those tracks that you won’t get out of your head once you’ve heard it, it has been picking up plays from Busy P, ÂME, Hot Chip, Kasper Bjørke, Tensnake, Jacques Renault, Agoria, AndHim and many more.
To accompany Sneak’s new release with Murk on Exploited, here’s a podcast he has put together for the label featuring a bunch of new bits and a tribute to the late, great Frankie Knuckles.