OFFKEY LTD001: Temper D - Tabledeath VIP/Proket - Proportion (L&K Remix)

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    We are proud to introduce Offkey's new outlet for tunes that really are about popular demand, we are releasing the music that we are regularly asked about across the web, in the clubs and even after the clubs on the way to the car.
    OffkeyLTD will not be bound by schedules, the music will be put out there with its primary concern being just that, getting the music out there, no speculation or otherwise.

    TEMPER D & K-FIRE - TABLEDEATH VIP

    AUDIO HERE

    One of the original tunes slated for Offkey, Tabledeath was much requested as a release with the offkeymp3.com crew calling for it constantly.
    Tabledeath (you'll hear why its called that!) has been played by Klute, Logistics and Nu:tone amongst others and of course by the Offkey KGB.
    Tabledeath uses the Offkey trademark of being completely DJ friendly, allowing the player to get creative in the mix, as techno elements spiral out of control the morphing sub gets the whole thing together, is that the sound of a table being smashed??.
    Finally getting a release to the joy of many ravers and DJ's alike.

    PROKET - PROPORTION (LETHAL & KHANAGE REMIX)

    AUDIO HERE

    The lost Offkey classic was given an overhaul and update by Lethal & Khanage at their own request. Having played the original in most of their DJ sets the pair wanted to keep the Proportion legacy going by remixing it.
    Supported by all the Offkey crew since its creation, Proportion remix was given the seal of approval instantly by its creator Proket who said "FUCKING SICK, REALLY WICKED REMIX, SO GLAD ITS GETTING A RELEASE". Support has come outside of the crew from a diverse selection including EBK, Submerged and Perpetuum.
    The definition of dance-floor arsenal the remix allows the DJ to blend over the drop and beyond, as the technoid bass stomps all over you until those infamous bleeps go for the jugular.