DEEJAY PUNK ROC GIVES US ONE MORE BUMP

New single and album on way from the US big beat star...

DEEJAY PUNK ROC GIVES US ONE MORE BUMP
Deejay Punk-Roc, the former American marine turned old school big beat star, returns with a new single in May and an album in early July.

The track, 'One More Bump', will be released through Independiente on May 15 and though the album, 'Spoiling It For Everybody', has no official release date as yet, it is provisionally slated for the beginning of July.

'One More Bump', which marks the first new material from the New Yorker since debut long player 'Chickeneye' in 1998, includes remixes from legendary house DJ turned producer Roger Sanchez and Califorian outfit Le Pimp.

DeeJay Punk Roc will play dates on America's east coast with Les Rythmes Digitales during May and will tour Britain around the album release with dates still to be confirmed.

In the meantime, fans keen to catch his show, can watch a live webcast at www.pseudo.com on April 27.
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