Josh Butler drops high quality house on Rejected with 'Link' EP


Josh Butler drops high quality house on Rejected with 'Link' EP

Respected house producer Josh Butler is back, armed with his brand new ‘Link’ EP on Edwin Oosterwal and Joris Voorn’s legendary Rejected imprint. Once again proving Josh’s ability to continuously deliver the kind of high quality house that has entrenched him as an integral figure in the underground UK house scene.

The title track ‘Link’ stays true to Butler’s less-is-more philosophy while also showcasing his incredible sound-design and production know-how. The percussion takes centre stage as Josh brings in conga rolls, a soulful vocal refrain and lush, atmospheric pads to contribute to an inimitable groove.

Two distinct mixes of the track, a melodic mix and a dub mix, are generously provided on the EP and both demonstrate the intricacies inherent in Josh’s production.

Rounding off the release is ‘Need Me’, which exclusively premiered on Mixmag and is the EP’s deeper venture that combines minimalist instrumentation centred around a grooving bassline, subtly making itself known above the driving percussion.

Throughout the release Josh succeeds in delivering vast symphonic landscapes within the pretext of measured and characteristic instrumental restraint.


1. Link
2. Link (Melodic Mix)
3. Link (Dub Mix)
4. Need Me

Release Date: OUT NOW