Ollie Jones (aka Skream) kicked off 2015 by signing to Crosstwon Rebels, the home to artists such as Art Department, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (TEED), Maceo Plex and label head Damian Lazarus. It's a fitting new home for Skream, the artist who parted ways with the original dubstep sound that gave the U.K. DJ-producer his breakthrough for the house/techno sound that he is now recognized by.

Now, he's getting set to release a full-length album on the well respected label. Our first taste of the album is "Still Lemonade," a techno track represents his full transition to his new artistic sound. "It does but I think the production is more club-ready. It’s dark and that’s the side of things I feel more comfortable on,"  Skream told Mixmag in their exclusive interview. "‘Still Lemonade’ for me is a peak-time track."

If this track is any indication, Skream's forthcoming LP is going to be something truly special, and one that will fit comfortably in the Damian Lazarus-fronted label's catalogue of releases. Stay tuned for more information on the release to come soon.