to the Summer vibes of the first Ubiquity single "Dinheiro"
b/w "Salvarsan", Interfearence step out with chunky, crowd-pleasing
Afro-Beat monster called "Take That Train". Relentless
and original, Interfearence are one of the finest outfits around
for leftfield club music that's edgy yet infectious and in your
Joining the Interfearance duo of Paul Martin and Tyrrell are Zero
dB - one of the most promising UK acts to drop club music for a
long time (these boys run the extra-essential Fluid Ounce label).
“Xtradition” was released on a sneaky white label in January
of 2001 and was available in very limited quantity in the UK only.
On this mix Zero dB rough up the original turning it into a heavily
percussive New Latinaires style house music track – straight
to the point and unrelenting.