Parisian favourite D'Julz will release a new compilation, '10 Years of Bass Culture', which celebrates a decade of his imprint.
It features ten tracks from a range of label associates, including Mr. G, Lady Blacktronika and Sebo K. These have been split across three 12" records released in September, October and November; on December 2, the compilation will be made available in its entirety on digital and streaming.
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D'julz explains, "When I started up the label, the idea was to bring through styles of house and techno that I was missing. Those simple but effective timeless dance floor tracks that have character and style, away from the conventional. To seek out a new generation of producers that would give a fresh interpretation of the sound I'd always pushed in my DJ career, but also to bring artists who I admired since day one, who were encapsulating the vision I had."
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