Recent podcast alumni Matt Tolfrey‘s Leftroom label is celebrating 10 years in business with a label compilation, featuring cuts by the label head himself, who collaborates with Guti, Route 94, and Heartthrob, as well as tracks from Audiojack, Kate Simko, Chez Damier, and JD Twitch.

Tolfrey also teams up with fellow UK producer Kate Simko to rework her beautifully deep 2012 cut “Go On Then,” featuring Jem Cooke. Refitting the track into a slightly more modern sound, the pair beef up the bassline and push the percussion to the forefront, creating a dancefloor destroying update to the already apt original.

10 Years of Leftroom will be released on November 30, and in the meantime, you can stream Matt Tolfrey and Kate Simko’s remix of Simko and Jem Cooke’s “Go On Then” in full below.