UK producer and DJ Gray is in Aotearoa and visited the studio to give Does It Double a fresh twist.
We've had a Does It Triple from Friction, Mozey and the Lee Mvtthews boys - but Gray came in with one goal in mind, to make a name for himself, and he wasn't ready to settle with just three tracks.
For the first time, Gray struck a deal with Sin, offering up three wheel spins and a track of his choice for the first ever Does It Quad.
Spinning up Kanine's bootleg of Tessela - Hackney Parrot, Noisia & The Upbeats' classic 'Dead Limit' and Chase & Status' latest effort 'Get Got', Gray then threw in the unreleased Enei remix of his own tune 'One Spliff' for a mixing masterclass of complete madness.
Check out the full vid below to hear it in action.
After he was done, he had some big words for best mate Crossy - back to back nominee for Best DJ and the Drum and Bass Arena Awards - saying that he's coming for him.
'I can't be having that Crossy so if you're watching this, I'm coming for you mate. I'm coming for your spot!'
Your move, Crossy.