Incorrect label boss Anthony Attalla brings his signature rough and raw sound to Twisted Fusion with the superb Junoverse, and Promiscuity. Kydus provides an incredible atmospheric roller of a remix for Junoverse to mark off another solid release
Lapsus Music welcome Anthony Attalla for a fantastic new EP that features two fresh singles and one remix from Pirupa. Pirupa remixes this one into a shuffling, low slung number that bubbles with energy and is a pressurised cut to really lock in the floor.
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'Freaque On' from Slave Recordings boss D.Ramirez gets a dynamite twist from Anthony Attalla & Dqwon. Dropping on June 2nd, the pair have cut a pulstating tech house jam, this is certified roof-raiser. It's a crisp groover with rapid low-end element and a sharp lead. What's more, you can hear it in full only on When We Dip today as we present the full premiere!
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With previous releases on Hot Creations and Repopulate Mars, NYC-based producer Eskuche now arrives on the SOUP label with two tracks that showcase his eclectic style.
Eskuche is a fast rising star on the underground dance music scene. The New York City - Ibiza based DJ & producer’s talent and dedication in the studio has allowed him to forge a name for himself, resulting in a recent Beatport top 10 with his ‘Acid Jump EP’ on Hot Creations.
Earning a reputation for delivering a blend of contemporary sounds and signature grooves with growling basslines and resonating drum patterns, Eskuche has gained support across the board from the top DJs like Marco Carola, Jamie Jones, Lee Foss, Laurent Garnier, Stefano Noferini, Matthias Tanzmann, Maya Jane Coles and many more.
The title joint on his SOUP NYC release 'Movement' and its counterpart 'In The Air' exhibit the skill Eskuche brings to the studio combining driving drums, irresistible vocal chops, and a certain funky flair.
We premiere Anthony Attalla's remix who flips the title track into a big room belter.