Cajual Records is no stranger to some solid Tech House. Hell, the entire label was founded by Cajmere/Green Velvet who rose out of Chicago in the 90s as the house god that he is, revolutionizing the entire genre. It’s always exciting to get some new music off of this label because you know that no matter what, it’s going to be a throwback to when house was a bit more simple, and in my opinion, felt a lot less commercialized. Josh Butler’s new EP, Portable, is a bouncy techno filled record that shows that the days of long, intricate house tracks are not a thing of the past. The signature tech house style is there, making it almost impossible not to dance. Josh Butler has kept the Cajual sound present, while adding a little bit of an acoustic sound to his drums, making them sound all the more realistic and engaging. This vintage house sound is on the rise as more and more people are starting to demand a more authentic dance experience, rather than waiting for a drop every minute in a half. Butler’s new EP accomplishes that, giving the listener a sound that no one wants to see go anytime soon.