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After the massive success of Prospa 'Prayer' and Will Easton 'Bound/Origin' which had picked up big support from radios and notably plays from Pete Tong, Annie Mac and Danny Howard. Friend Within is bringing back Greed's old school flavours with a new version of the iconic 'Pump Up The volume' which was released on Stress in 1994!

This is the first remix on Stress back catalogue since it relaunched in 2018, rumbling basslines, old school vibes, ravey stabs and pianos are driving all along the track, creating a feel-good vibe perfectly suited for dancefloors at peak time. Liverpool's moustached DJ had massive support this year especially from the likes of BBC Radio 1 who added him to their B-List and the huge supports from established DJs on the biggest stages of the world.

Stress Records is the long serving House label that brought the world many seminal house tracks including Bedrock 'For You Dream Of', Last Rhythm - Last Rhythm and Greed 'Pump Up The Volume' to name a few. During the 1990's Stress was considered one of the world's greatest record labels where it was known for it's growing influence on the progressive house scene. It gave birth to the early careers of iconic producers Sasha and John Digweed. It also spawned several seminal club anthems that went on to top dance charts globally. The Stress catalogue has never been available digitally until 2018 where again Stress will make its impact again on electronic music. Originally part of the DMC group, who have partnered with Material Music for the relaunch. Material's label roster includes Future Disco and Needwant.