Dirtybird Records | Summer EP [Preview]


Mr. VonStroke and the Dirtybird records crew are at it again, this time with a huge summer EP that is sure to get the juices flowing and bass going wherever you’ll be partying this summer. The San Francisco based record label has been making huge waves already this year with their Dirtybird ‘Hatched’ series gaining worldwide recognition, along with dirtybird mainstay Justin Martin‘s debut album Ghettos & Gardens receiving support and play from DJs across the world as well as regular play on top BBC Radio1 channels. This summer sampler EP showcases 4 original tracks from non-regular names to the label who are sure to make waves in the bass music scene soon enough. Check out what VonStroke says about each track below! Release this Wednesday exclusively via beatport!

Track one of this diverse four parter is a melodic overture by the Munnibrotherz from South Africa who debuted on dirtybird last year with the hit record “Moon Chon Chayouh.” Track two is a dirtybird virgin, Nick Olivetti. Some of you have probably heard me drop his track “Hectic Guitar” at some point on the road this year, it was a big part of my live sets. This new one “Jump Up” is just as deadly and even more focused on the super heavy grooves Nick is so good at producing.

Track three is a really fun db style party track by Genghis Clan. Its got the big build up and the fun vox samples but the drop is pure house music and pure summer groove. It really works, especially outdoors. Last but not least are my buddies from Bristol, Waifs & Strays who are also making a debut on dirtybird with “Lost In The Party.” This is kind of like a nu-disco style track if the producers were from Bristol and grew up on filthy basslines and roast dinners. Its also got elements of Detroit techno. Simple and effective I like to say..

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Posted on July 16, 2012 in Bass, Electronic, House, Tech House, Techno

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