Exclusive: Get a sneak peek at etcetc's Yearbook 2017 with a new Kilter jam, Roller

Exclusive: Get a sneak peek at etcetc's Yearbook 2017 with a new Kilter jam, Roller

One amongst a whole bunch of tunes from some big artists.

Tomorrow sees the release of etcetc's annual Yearbook series, featuring some of the label's standout releases along with six exclusive tracks from the likes of Kilter, Paces, Luke Million, Airwolf, POOLCLVB and more. And to whet your appetite, we're chuffed to throw a last minute little sneak peek - absorbing Kilter's excellent contribution, Roller. According to the man himself, the track is "one of the many demos that didn’t quite fit on the album. I really enjoyed revisiting this idea and turning it into a gritty battle beat." And what a gritty little beat it is, a tidy shuffler that brings to mind a bit of Jamie xx, imbued with some of Kilter's percussion - a little more restrained here but no less effective.

Take a listen below, check that full tracklist down the bottom, and get around the full release from tomorrow.

TRACKLIST:

1. Kilter – Roller

2. Chez Moon – Close To Me (Hounded Remix)

3. Pnau – Save Disco

4. POOLCLVB – Always (VIP Mix)

5. Set Mo – I Belong Here feat. Woodes (Paces Remix)

6. Luke Million – Alive feat. Fluir (Sammy Bananas Remix)

7. JNTHN STEIN – Master Control feat. BXRBER

8. Klue – Closer

9. Kilter – Waste Time ft. Woodes (Ninajirachi Remix)

10. Palais – Chimera

11. Set Mo – Merriwa

12. Airwolf – Elevate

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