An exclusive advance listen of Jonathan & BPro's Turn It Up Remix EP

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Last week, NYC-by-way-of-Denver duo Jonathan and BPro whispered in our virtual ears that they had something to share -- three remix tracks from 2010's Turn It Up, to be exact. Two of the three jams we're stoked to bring you are first-listens, one re-work coming from local DJ Craig C and the other courtesy of UK-based RedSoul. Click through to give a listen.

In December, we dropped part one of the duo's video trilogy for "Neon Animated," at which time they they informed us of a whole new Jonathan and BPro album percolating. Until then, grab a listen (or five) to these three diverse and bumping versions on "Turn it Up"--and if you like what you hear, head over to the official J & BP website beginning Saturday, February 12 and to download.

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