Born in Brooklyn and raised in Queens, DJ Joeski has been rocking the house scene since the early 90s. He began his career in the historic NYC club scene where his sound moved the crowd at venues such as Limelight, Tunnel, Palladium and NASA. As a producer, he needs no introduction, with hit release on labels such as Defected, Desolat , Kling Klong and Suara.This new one for Steve Bug's Poker Flat sees the label take a much harder direction than what we're not used to but we're definitely liking it. The dark and tunnelling opener "Dub Music" is more reminiscent of Adam Beyer's Drumcode sound. "What Is Love" is more funky tech house, but still moody: save this slinky cut for the late night with its femme fatale vocals and tribal rhythms. Finally "Roots" strays further into the early morning void with its sinister dubby elements, rolling bass and strict drums: this track takes you back to the turn of the millennium where Junior Vasquez' infamous tribal sessions got properly sweaty!
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