Tim Green has come a long way in such a short period of time with releases and remixes for the most respected labels out there such as Dirtybird, Get Physical, Cocoon and XL Recordings to name but a few.

It is evident that his output is always one step ahead of the game, always trend setting and always evolving. It is of that token that Forward Thinking Music are pleased to announce that the mighty Tim Green has got an upcoming EP release on Sven Vath‘s prestigious Cocoon imprint this forhtcoming Monday, the 15th of August. This three track EP consists of three killer yet distinct cuts that have been causing mayhem on dancefloor across the world in recent months. It is safe to say that the Lemon EP packs enough punch and bite that it will send any discerning dancefloor into a fiery frenzy of fanatical proportions regardless of which track is played.

The title track, Lemon, is a slab of summer funk neatly oozing with house flavours, vocal snippets, superb synth lines and tantalising tropical titbits which has been getting props from top drawer DJs across the board. It is a sure fire hit and one you can expect to hear during a sunset set at DC10 this summer.

The second track, Jimmy Rave Up, is a straight up spooky techno number which would do the damage if played in Fabric’s main room at 4 o’clock in the morning. This track simply display’s Tim Green’s versatility and as a producer as well as his keen eye to originality.

The third and final track, Dodjo, is a summer anthem complete with steel drums amples and second to none production skills. This track will make you wish you were sipping rum on a jamaican beach with the sun glaring down on you.

With props for this EP coming from the likes of Loco Dice, Sven Vath, M.A.N.D.Y, Tiefschwarz and many more as well as the legendary Pete Tong making Lemon his track of the week on BBC Radio 1 it is safe to say that the sky is the limit for Tim Green who delivers perhaps the greatest EP of his career.

If you don’t hear one of these tracks in a club in the next six months, I’d ask for my money back.