Parisian producer D’Julz (real name Julien Veniel) has launched a new project; JV a vinyl only label in collaboration with French distributor Yoyaku.
The label’s first release come from none other than D’Julz, titled Chaplin’s Bong and due out in October.
The two-tracker EP kicks off with ‘Chaplin’s Bong’, a euphonic groove-packed house cut evolving with a combination of dubby techno stabs penetrating a rolling disco bassline. ’J’y Vais’, which translates to “I go”, is a deep and bass-heavy old school track that’s hewn from Chicago influences.
“With Bass Culture Records nearing its tenth anniversary, it’s absolutely the right time to artistically invest in a new project. The music coming from Yoyaku and sub-labels like Hostom, AKU and Yoyakuza, is consistently high-grade stuff. We both share the same ethos of bringing a fresh generation of artists to the forefront, so working together is sure to be totally inspiring,” said D’Julz.
Pre order it and listen to snippets here!
A1. D’Julz – Chaplin’s Bong
A.2 D’Julz – J’y Vais