Prehistoric Dancefloor Fun

Within the space of a year, Joe Goddard's Greco-Roman imprint has proved itself to be one of the most vital imprints in British dance music.

Releasing a string of stunning cuts, the label's roster is nothing if not varied. Allowing new talent to shine, one of its greatest discoveries has been the fucked up house music of Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs.

The work of just one man, TEED have released two EPs so far. Returning with their latest offering, the dance act mash together house, garage, jungle and more in the space of just four tracks.

Presented in typical Greco-Roman style with a flash cover, the 'All In Two Sixty Dancehalls' EP has been getting rave reviews from the press. Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs mix underground dance styles with a slick pop touch, such as on lead track 'Garden'.

Benefiting from guest vocals, the track contains subtle nods to soul and disco. Accessible without losing credibility, some quarters have suggested that it could become a worthy follow up to Grosvenor's 'Night Moves'...

While we're not suggesting that it could become as ubiquitous as that classic in the making, 'Garden' has already lit up the summer.

Listen to it now...

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