Deeper Purpose & Intrusive are the new kids on the block who've gained a slot on Roush Label this fall. Coming from the prosperous UK, this duo is becoming more and more popular due to their great releases on well known trendy brands like Repopulate Mars, Viva Music & Resonance Records. Their last cuts have the support of top notch players such as Pete Tong, Lee Foss, Steve Lawler & Detlef . Among all the tracks that they have released together we can say with no hesitation that 'Safari' is their biggest hit. This track has been featured on Danny Howard's BBC Radio 1 program giving the duo a great impulse. The first track on their EP 'Children of the Future' opens with a tribal rhythm and bit crushed synths that offers a very interesting and catchy pattern. The background off-beat chants help to maintain the intensity of the track which raises the climax with an acid synth appearing in the breakdown and a great placed spoken vocal. Next up, and following with the tribal vibes, 'The Beat' offers a more percussive track than the A-side. A low pitched male vocal adds an infectious hook which pairs very nice with the big congas. 'Children of the Future' drops on Roush Label on 11th October 2019.