Following his 2015 Make It Hot EP, DJ Haus presents his full-length debut, Burnin' Up. One of the UK's most exciting DJs and boss of acclaimed labels Unknown to the Unknown and Hot Haus Recs, DJ Haus has honed his own unique, anarchic strain of bass-heavy house music, both solo and in duos Hot City and Trumpet & Badman (with DJ Q). The result has been a salvo of raucous, dancefloor-focused records joining the dots between classic Chicago acid and ghetto house, with hints of UK garage's compulsive bump 'n' swing, old-skool hardcore, and the brusque splatter of the Bunker Records sound -- a vivid hybrid sound that channels sheer energy in the club. Burnin' Up picks up and expands on that track record. Gathering 12 brand new club tracks, including collaborations with Innershades and Chambray, it showcases Haus as a dancefloor alchemist par excellence. Refracting the rawest styles of house-rooted music since the '90s through the gleefully recombinant, mutagenic tendencies of UK dance music, its tracks are all united by Haus's characteristic diamond-hard percussion and distinctively deft ear for a vocal sample flip. Indeed, there's barely space for breath as the album burns through bleep 'n' bass opener "Won't Let U Get Away," "Houz Muzik (feat. Chambray)," the fiery 303 lines of "Acid Stringz," the saucer-eyed rave of "Eez Werkin'," and the dizzying percolations of ghetto house ("Burnin' Up," "Make Me Feel"). Innershades collaboration "Keep Me Coming" evolves from a stripped-back, staccato drum machine workout into a hypnotic motor city groove, while album centerpiece "No More Loving," with its disorienting whirl of 8-bit bleeps, tears upward through a brusquely funky bassline. Burnin' Up is a sweat-soaked, body-jacking debut album.