Twelve Inch Jams 003

A 2 track house single (11m 42s) — released March 16th 2018 on Jazz & Milk

After releasing two solo albums and a couple of other label releases such as the new Twelve Inch Jams series, Jazz & Milk founder Dusty took some time to explore new territories including the sound and workflow of the MPC sampler - an incentive received while working on music together with labelmate Sam Irl.

As a result Dusty came up with two house jams on which he channels old samples and analogue synths with a hint of progressive but yet very melodic acid basslines.

While "Brick" starts off on a disco tip and slowly dips into a harmonic and deep 303 bassline groove, "Don't You Worry" on the flip introduces African rhythms with its percussive kalimba and conga patterns, warm synth chords and a groovy bass workout towards the end!

Jazz & Milk’s new Twelve Inch Jams series is quickly becoming a staple of my dance-floor sets. Loving #003 from Dusty: Extremely well produced deep, soulful, disco house with a nice acid curveball on the A-side! - Lexis Music is my Sanctuary

Twelve Inch Jams: Brilliant stuff, loooove em' all, pure quality.... U can be sure that I'll give em' a spin! - Laurent Garnier MCDE / F Communications

Munich Label Jazz & Milk have got 003 in their Twelve Inch Jams series coming up and its by the founder of the label himself, Dusty. Word is he’s taken up the MPC to discover a new workflow and refresh his approach to music, with the end result being this cut of wonky acid disco. “Brick” starts off on a disco tip, before it slowly dips & weaves into a muscular 303 bassline groove and then heads up into a brief relief of swinging deep chord bliss. - SlothBoogie

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