On Friday night’s Essential Selection, Pete Tong gave us a full length preview of Maceo Plex’s forthcoming release of “Stimulation.” The track is part of the Space Junk EP — set to release on November 26th on his own Ellum Audio imprint. Maceo exhibits his production prowess by showcasing a selection of deep and driving chord progressions with a climax destined to be a dance floor smasher. With mounting support on his recent collaboration with Jon Dasilva, and the anticipation of this flat-out amazing EP’s release, Maceo Plex continues to set the benchmark with powerful outputs that have lasting impressions.
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