After several successful releases under its belt, it’s only fitting that the label’s manager and owner, Gavin Guthrie, released his first production on the label under his TX Connect guise. Gavin has released production over the last 5 years on some of the most prominent labels in the game, including L.I.E.S., Dixon Avenue Basement Jams & Creme Organization.
TX Connect’s Ghetto 214 is a Chicago-style jack track Gavin has become known for. Ghetto 214 harkens back to Robert Armani’s Circus Bells and the glory days of Dance Mania. It starts innocently enough but builds into a frenetic track that ultimately destroys you with manic claps and sirens.
Newcomer R-Computrax, hailing from Dallas Texas no doubt, provides the B-side with 303, another early Chicago-inspired jack track that has elements of Master C+J synths but takes it to another level with a scathing bass backed with a spoken-word track. Insane? Maybe.
Pressed and distributed by Josey Record MFG.