"Los Angeles-via-NYC artist MANIK and Denver's option4 both really love music that rocks the club. As individual acts, they rep their two scenes aptly. MANIK brings club-focused productions to labels like LA-based Culprit and Ellen Aileen's B-Pitch Control, while option4 proudly flies Denver's flag by throwing the best house and techno nights in the city and releasing his own grooving solo tracks. But now, the two friends have teamed up to celebrate their love for body-heaving beats (and NBA Jam, according to an interview with Dancing Astronaut) for a collaborative project called 909 Til Infinity. They're kicking off the whole shebang with a debut EP on Treasure Fingers' Psycho Disco label (released tomorrow), and we have the squelchy acid-infused A-side of the release, "Don't Clock Me Out," for your listening pleasure." Read more on Thump.