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Track List:
A | 1 - End-game feat. Edward Capel
Produced 2012 | Produced by TJ Kong & Modular K
B| 1 - End-game feat. Edward Capel (Reference Remix)
Produced 2012 | Produced by TJ Kong & Modular K | Remixed by Luke Hess & Brian Kage (Reference)

End-game by TJ Kong & Modular K

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Marking the release of their debut album 'Dream Cargoes‘,  TJ Kong & Modular K present 'End-game‘, the first single to be lifted off the CD on Poker Flat.


Shuffling and sparkling with urgent, peak-time electronic disco vibes, 'End-game‘ is one of the calling cards from their album, which as it happens is jammed packed with stand-out cuts. Freaking and peaking over almost 10 minutes, the pair are not afraid of fully exploring and expanding a jam until they have worked it as much as possible! 


The pumping Reference remix leads us into even bigger room zones as an old school techno vibe lifts us up and carries us into the late night. Strong, rushing and full of tension, this mix is a guaranteed festival goosebumb moment!


DJ Feedback:
Marco Resmann (Upon You):
 The original is the one for me. Niiiice!  
Alland Byallo (Liebe*Detail):
 LOVE IT! So good to see/hear Reference in the mix too! Bombies. 
C-Rock (Motorcitysoul):
 Ein Bringer, french kiss I hear you ;)  
Manuel Tur (Mild Pitch):
 The original sounds huge. 
Sexy Lazer (hfn music):
 Fine ! 
Press Feedback:
baze.djunkiii / nitestylez.de
 Forthcoming from the Poker Flat Recordings camp and announcing their debut album "Dream Cargoes" TJ Kong & Modular K come up with the first single outtake named "End-game" as the labels cat.no. 127 and what they're coming up with is not less than classy. Whilst the main version of "End-game" is a moody but thrilling and very Blade Runner'esque Tech-affair with ecstatic elements that, in a similar way, were already setting crowds on fire in the era of Munich Disco and later in classics like "French Kiss". But don't get this wrong 'coze "End-game" is not about retro as long you're not talking retro futurism, this tune is fresh as fuck and one that'll be in your box forever, to be played alongside timeless tunes like the ever good "Timbuktu" 10" or Laurent Garnier's "Back To My Roots EP". On the flip we'll have the so-called "Reference Mix" which is even darker and on very hypnotizing tip, built around one ever repeating tone that is accompanied by dubbed out Detroit structures and straight claps with a bass drum that seems to get even heavier after a deep, mid-tune break. This is what I'd call proper ClubTechno and defo a piece for the second part of the night when the dancefloor people are in a state of trance that keeps them pumping and pumping and pumping away until the night is finally gone. Nice.