Four Jacks Pt.4 - 15 Years of Poker Flat
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Track List:
A | 1 Trentemøller - Always Something Better (DJ Tennis & Mind Against Remix)
2014 | Produced by Anders Trentemøller | Remixed by DJ Tennis, Mind Against
A | 2 Chardronnet vs. Afrilounge - Shake It (Ejeca Remix)
2014 | Produced by Patrick Chardronnet, Afrilounge | Remixed by Ejeca
B | 1 John Tejada & Justin Maxwell - All We Know
2014 | Produced by John Tejada and Justin Maxwell
B | 2 Kindimmer - Tremor
2014 | Produced by Thanasis Voulgaris aka Kindimmer

Four Jacks Pt.4 - 15 Years of Poker Flat by Various Artists

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Release date
01/12/2014

Poker Flat Recordings has been dealing out underground house music with a unique twist since 1999; from the defining debut "Loverboy" through the Bugnology series, acclaimed albums and worldwide club hits, Steve Bug's essential imprint has unearthed new talent, developed rising stars and welcomed veterans into the fold. Steve Bug's reputation as an exceptionally gifted DJ, producer and music connoisseur is about to carry the beloved imprint to its 15th anniversary, which will be celebrated with its finest collection of raw talent yet, starting with this first instalment of the anniversary series called Four Jacks.

Following the winning format of the series thus far, Part 4 boasts two slamming new remixes of classics from the vault, and two brand spanking new tracks from Poker Flat's stellar roster. Trentemøller's electro touchstone "Always Something Better" now draws the attention of DJ Tennis and Mind Against, who keep it slow and suspenseful with an intricate and modern deep house makeover. 

Chardronnet vs. Afrilounge's "Shake It" was a defining moment of minimal tech in 2005, and Ejeca modernises it with a full-bodied treatment of peaktime melodic techno. The finale offering of new tracks created to mark the anniversary come from John Tejada & Justin Maxwell and Kindimmer; the former reach for vintage boompty house and noodly acid on "All We Know", while the latter opts for delicately minimalist deep house construction for the chiming, gleaming "Tremor"

With all four of Poker Flat's Four Jacks now been revealed, the label has played its winning hand once again, demonstrating just how they have stayed at the top of their game at 15 years deep.