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Scott Grooves – Parts Manager

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Summertime is always inspiring to me as a deejay. I lean towards more melodic and beautiful music which lends itself to sunny days and warm nights. It’s always refreshing to find one of those epic and uplifting house/techno crossover jams that will smash a dancefloor every time. So far this summer, none has done it better than this record by Scott Grooves. All four tracks are dope, but the A1 cut (it’s actually the one that is labeled A2 in this set) on this is just undeniable. Scott has been pretty much unstoppable for a few years now, and this one might be even better than “Back To My Roots” from last year.

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  1. B1 is awesome too. Ron Trent did a really nice dubby track a couple years back, But B2 “The Sauce(reggae trk) may top it.

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