Four Jacks Pt.3 - 15 Years of Poker Flat
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A | 1 Argy - Love Dose (Audiofly Remix)
2014 | Produced by Argyris Teofilis | Remixed by Audiofly
A | 2 Martin Landsky - Rejected (Joeski Dub)
2014 | Produced by Martin Landsky | Remixed by Joeski
B | 1 Mark Henning - Mad Half Hour
2014 | Produced by Mark Henning
B | 2 Dario D'Attis - 96000
2014 | Produced by Dario D'Attis

Four Jacks Pt.3 - 15 Years of Poker Flat by Various Artists

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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 installment of the anniversary series called 4 Jacks.

Following the winning format of the series thus far, Part 3 boasts two slamming new remixes of classics from the vault, and two brand spanking new tracks from Poker Flat's stellar roster. Argy's "Love Dose" of 2005 marked the debut of one of the scene's most fascinating newcomers, and defined the sound of minimal courtesy of an unforgettable remix by Luciano; now getting a 2014 update, the track has been taken to by the talented duo Audiofly, who makeover its identity with their signature sleek deep tech style. 

Two heavyweights go up against each other next, as Joeski tackles the Martin Landsky classic "Reject"; the deep jacking soulful groove of that track is remade with a unique take on tough house beats by the Maya Records master

Providing the originals side of the 4 Jacks coin are UK favourite Mark Henning, who applies his signature dark pads to a tech house humber with a light touch on "Mad Half Hour", while Dario D'Attis provides some authentic squelchy retro funk on the irresistible "96000". Three of the 4 Jacks have now been revealed, proving again that at 15 years deep, and Poker Flat Recordings is still at the top of its game.