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Judge Jules talks us through ten tracks that are rocking his digital crate at the moment


JUDGE JULES will turn up the heat next weekend in Manchester for Social Avenue, the hugely successful, socially distant weekly events that have been held at Trafford Park over the last couple of months.

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The former Radio 1 DJ and one time Masterchef contestant will take to the stage on September 18th alongside K-Klass for what promises to be another cracking night in the innovative run of dates for Social Avenue. The run of events has seen the likes of Alan Fitzpatrick, Eats Everything and Darius Syrossian provide the beats for the lucky people who managed to bag tickets for the socially distant parties which have set the blue print for safe partying, as we continue to navigate our way through the challenges of the pandemic.

We caught up with Judge Jules and asked him to talk us through ten big tracks that are currently doing the business for him and which you will no doubt hear during his set next weekend.

Adelphi Music Factory – Uprising (I Can’t Wait) (Human Movement Mix) Adel

“Amazing gated vocals, with a suspenseful string piece throughout to keep you on your toes.  Combination of disco and old rave sounds.”

Human Movement – Elevate (t e s t p r es s Remix)

“Edgy bassline, with more gated vocals and a strong old school sounding synth that drives the track along.”

Beau (UK) – Ode To Ibiza

“This one we love for obvious reasons.”

Offaiah – Play It By Ear

“Someone I’ve supported and worked with a lot over the years under his other alias’. A great new track bringing maximal summer vibes.  Nice vocal, nice moodie synth.”

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Eats Everything – Honey

“Great new vocal house track, and someone I’ve been supporting regularly for some time now.”

Bram Fiddler – Perfect Love

“Amazing vocals, and a tune I supported for several weeks on my Global Warm Up radio show.”

D.O.D – Down Under

“Tough basslines and intense drops make this track stand out amongst the rest.”

Robbie East – Off the Deep End

“Lush piano chords with a hard hitting plucky drop topped with beautiful catchy strings make this an absolute summer anthem.”

Lane 8 & Kasablanca – Run

“From the Anjuna family, long time friends of mine and one I’ve been playing quite regularly as of lately.”

Justin Martin – Stay (Tchmai Remix)

“Tchami never fails, and he certainly hasn’t with this mix.  Fantastic haunting vocals from Delilah.”

For more information on Social Avenue head HERE.

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