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After a immense remix for Psychemagik (Black Noir Schwarz), Crosstown Rebels prepares to freeing the extremely
expectable ambient ample EP from Tom Dinsdale’s tinted-brand-new unaccompanied alias, Minéo. Already acquiring a monster resistance on dancefloors, as Damian Lazarus will attest, ‘Get Out Fight’ displays Minéo’s distinctively UK recondite and single, patchwork exhibition style. A 4-tracker that ranges from the punky mannerism, wonky percussion and artful, growling grooves and shattering licks of ‘Get Out Fight’ to the hints of ska in Madness-sampled ‘Killer (Rude Boy)’ and the slinky garage, RnB-spliced fringe of ‘Soaking Wet’ and low-slung journey ‘Don’t Know My Name’ - this is a killer package, and statement of implicit constructive fixed.

Tom Dinsdale aka Minéo unsurpassable appeared on the scene worst October when Jamie Jones and co. stuffy a demo and snapped up ‘Turn Out The Lights’ for the Hot Creations imprint devising it a large club hit. A follow up achievement whelped on the empyrean Hypercolour worst month and the circulating was a remix for Todd Terry’s ‘Feel The Sun’ out now on Southern Fried Records.

Always a nurturing sort of label, a relationship with Crosstown Rebels began
to bloom when Minéo came on board to remix Psychemagik’s in bangingly
‘Black Noir Schwarz’ - and the sway unbroken underived touchable ‘Get Out Fight’ is set to be immense for the label as Minéo in truth comes into his own as an artist. It’s also added exercise of the label’s breadth of perception and its continually evolving catalogue.

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