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Nick Monaco - Don't Hate, Create! [Preview]

dirtybird on August 13, 2012 19:42

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    Various Artists - BBQ Trax
    Available on Beatport: 8/15/12
    Available Worldwide: 8/28/12

    Before dirtybird was a record label it started as a San Francisco barbecue party based on sunshine, great music and carne asada. Friends playing good music out in the park for anyone who would show up. In celebration of the energy and spirit of the BBQ party we bring you this 4 track release with that summery open air vibe.

    Everyone on the EP is making their 2nd or 3rd appearance on the label. Los Angeles based Justin Jay returns with "Femme Fatale" a fantastic sounding 70s inspired funk-house jam. Nick Monaco also returns, continuing his quirky ideas with the thematic and amusing "Don't Hate, Create!". A1 Bassline is back with the ever smooth and melodic 808 boomer called "Daft". And lastly, we have the highly anticipated return of Shadow Child with "Comb Over" which he co-produced with long time friend of the label, James Talk.

    We hope you enjoy and get to try these tracks somewhere outdoors this summer with some BBQ and beers.


    Released by: dirtybird
    Release/catalogue number: DB075
    Release date: Aug 28, 2012


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