Ejeca has been all up in the face of an 90s house music resurgence, with tracks like “You” with Bicep and “Night Rays,” and this latest collaboration with Los Angeleno Rhythm Operator is no different. “Raid” is one-part Jock Jams and one part organic warehouse rave. Pete Tong is certainly a fan of Ejeca and the general Waze & Odyssey crew that is racking up bangers left and right on W&O Street Tracks as of late, and it’s pretty clear this sound is going to dominate radio waves and dance floors in 2013. Click through to stream a preview below.
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