Listen to a previously unreleased AJAX thumper, I'm Hot, to celebrate 10 years of Sweat!

Listen to a previously unreleased AJAX thumper, I'm Hot, to celebrate 10 years of Sweat!

Sweat It Out celebrate 10 years and a dance legend with huge 2008-2018 compilation.

It's no secret we're big fans of the Sweat It Out! crew, the Sydney-based label started by dearly departed dance legend Adian Thomas AKA AJAX. Bringing some of the country's coolest underground electronic acts to the dancefloors all over the country, Thomas' impact on the Australian dance community is second to none.

And now in 2018, Sweat It Out finds itself turning 10 years old, and are celebrating it with one epic compilation - Sweat It Out 2008-2018 - celebrating Ajax's legacy and the overall success of the label for the past decade. The full release features 16 tracks carefully picked out of the label's 217-strong catalogue, including one very special post-humous release from the main man himself, I'm Hot.

The track (and it's fucking rad video clip) is a special one, harkening back to the nu-rave days Thomas helped birth, but still feeling current right now. Check it out below along with that full track list (grab yourself a copy of the vinyl HERE), and if you wanna party with the Sweat crew soon you can - they're throwing a couple of huge bashes in Sydney and Melbourne this weekend - get all the info you need HERE.

TRACKLIST:

SIDE A
Ajax - I’m Hot
Midnight Juggernauts - Shadows (Ajax Remix)
Twinsy - Back Of My Car
Northbrook - Move Your Body (Ajax Remix)

SIDE B
Gameboy / Gamegirl - Sweaty Wet / Dirty Damp
Monkey Safari - Those Dancing Days
Danny T - Mean Baby
What So Not - 7 Dollar Bill

SIDE C
RÜFÜS - Take Me
Parachute Youth - Can’t Get Better Than This
Yolanda Be Cool & DCUP - Soul Makossa (Money)
Indian Summer - Grand Rapids

SIDE D
Crooked Colours - Come Down
Dom Dolla & Go Freek - Define
Motez - Promise Me
What So Not - Jaguar

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