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“The track “Califuture” is about that optimistic bug in everyone who moves to California that makes them think that someday they will be plucked up out of obscurity to become famous. Everyone has it in the back of their mind. But the music video goes one step further into madness. It’s the heart-wrenching story of a snow cone salesman trying to get a job at dirtybird and then realizing the life of a snow cone maker is really his passion.”

Breach – Jack

Apr 4 2013
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UK producer Breach unleashes this jacking house, sexy monster of a track, “Jack” was one of the biggest tracks at WMC this year and was released April 2nd on Dirtybird.

“I had dinner with Breach in London and he told me “Hey, I have a track that is really dirtybird. I would put it out but its really sounding right for you guys.” I took this with a grain of salt but then I heard “Let’s Get Hot” and I found out he was right. It’s got the swagger and the sound. It makes girls grind their asses into boys crotches on the dancefloor. Perfect. Signed.

So I then asked him to make something even more sexual, thinking it would be ages before I got something back. 10 days later the A-side came back to me as a 2 minute clip while i was on the train to warehouse project in Manchester. I liked it so much that i edited it on the train to stretch it out to 5 minute. As expected, it slayed the room and the final version Breach has delivered is one of the best records of the year in my opinion. With the simple title of “Jack” you can see for yourself when you play it. This is the real deal.

Love,
Claude VonStroke”

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San Fran producer and Dirtybirder Worthy brings out the big guns with his “Big Perm” release right here on Discobelle Records, get your big perm on and shake it to this smashing EP.

Beware. The perm is back.

Discobelle’s new release from San Francisco’s Worthy is a percolating tech-house ass shaker infused with enough oomph to make you sweat until you’ve messed up your hair. An infectious vocal sample and an uncontainable bubbling vibe make this one peak hour jacking tech-house at its best.

Accompanying the original, we’ve got three great remixes to round out the package from Worthy – Harvard Bass, Renaissance Man and Femme En Fourrure. First up, Harvard Bass gives a chunky, infectious bruiser that strikes a perfect balance between the deeper dancefloors and the uncontrollable, messier ones. Then, architects-turned-house-music-innovators Renaissance Man turn Worthy’s track into a sparse and icy percussive techno journey, continuing to push house music to deeper, stranger places. Finally and also from Helsinki, Femme En Fourrure choose to let things simmer a bit with a druggy pulse and some signature female vocals evoking Laura Palmer’s from Twin Peaks if she was making dance music.

DBR009 Worthy – Big Perm by discobelle

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SF producer/dj Worthy is the man behind the Anabatic label and he’s also a prominent member of the Dirtybird family, here’s the stomping Tom Flynn edit of his 2009 track “Work The Walls”.

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BONUS: We here at Discobelle are happy to announce that Worthy will release an EP on Discobelle Records. It’s called “Big Perm” and it’s a ghettohouse monster that features three brilliant remixes from Femme En Fourrure, Harvard Bass and Renaissance Man. Look for it to be released soon…

Worthy – Big Perm – Discobelle by worthy

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Originally from Poland but now residing in Berlin, techhouse duo Catz N Dogz (formerly known as 3 Channels) are on the verge of dropping one bomb of a sophomore album. “Escape From Zoo” (released on Dirtybird sublabel Mothership) is littered with a love for deep house and minimal techno. To brighten up your days until the album release the pair did this handy edit of the track “Bombay” originally by Spanish producer El Guincho.

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Hello monday, here are two absolutely massive mixes from the impeccable Dirtybird head honcho and house/techno maestro Justin Martin to make that blues go away. One is for the classic BBC Essential Mix series and the second one was done for the good people at Fact Magazine (on which we find the Femme En Fourrure remix of the Jamtech Foundation anthem “Too Fast”).

Justin Martin – BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix 3/7-2010 (Hotfile)

FACT mix 160 – Justin Martin (direct link)

Tracklists after the jump.

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