one per customer! a three track remix package exploring the different styles of diva bitch in the remix. dj fett burger getting creative with a simplistic accapella based track that goes in and out of hypnosis exploring the freak side of simplicity. dj speckgürtel first out on the b side with a frankfurt style dance to house remix, that will keep you moving to the groove. and last out on the b side dj dog exploring underground house meets euphoria with an italo twist! a real solid remix package and a perfect follow up to diva bitch tracks out now on freakout cult!
jayda j with alexa dash is back on freakout cult. this time with some proper diva bitch house. three tracker with jayda g’s vibey house style and alexa dash demanding devoition vox. includes jayda g remix and alexa dash accapella. jayda g’s excellent new record will also be follow up by a soon to come diva bitch remix pack. so get the original while its hot and avalable.
one per customer.... jayda g s new record out on freakout cult, in collaboration with mysterious laylay. a wonderful bumpin house vibe track with some dancehall infused spice on the a side. b side a more moody deep underground affair, with words of purple wisdom. essential summer record. with smashing party artwork!
geography 008 presents jayda g on a tripp! one original, one vocal version, one dj dog remix! strictly for everyone. with previous outings on butter sessions and her own (and dj fett burger’s) label freakout cult, jayda g now turns to the somewhat highly acclaimed but in no way award winning label geography for some canadian-swedish bilateral abracadabra. swirl shake mix features three hit tracks for every occasion, starting out with two different versions of the stripped back track shake it all down, and ending with the funk affair feel it, featuring the mysterious but fast food loving dj dog on remix duties.
lighthearted and aqua-marine house grooves from canadian producer jayda g with a fun 12 inch comprised of two originals and two reworkings of the track + girl music + from montreal duo cafe lanai. created during the spring/summertime of 2016, sixth spirit is infused with a sense of warmth and carefreeness based on current experiences, looped back into nostalgias of her first field season as a young scientist in ontario. the canadian forests breathe through these songs. the movement and groove emulate the sense of curiosity and learning that she experienced during that earlier time. “that field season was an adventure i’ll never forget.”
the next communication from butter sessions is here! label heads sleep d team up with dj fett burger & jayda g to wow you with a wide range of sonics recorded via the velvet vortex between vancouver and melbourne. something for the pure late night bliss, early morning ecstasy or sundays on the couch!
FRANGPIAN TO L.A. EP (DJ FETT BIRGER & JAYDA GS CASCADIA MIX)
12" Vinyl D30.05.16
uk house stalwarts, luke solomon & jonny rock, land on futureboogie this summer, with a hefty ep of serious disco vibes, backed with a truly left of center remix from dj fett birger & jayda g (sex tags ufo/freakout cult) as a vinyl only remix. luke solomon has, for years, gifted the house community with countless musical gems, via his own productions and that of freaks (alongside justin harris), as well as the vast catalogue of releases on classic, the label he runs with derrick carter. jonny rock, meanwhile, has graced labels such as wolf & lamb, playhouse and music for freaks (another of luke’s imprints), and has amassed a fine appreciation for music working behind the counter at london record shop institutions, black market and phonica. “luca frangpian” stomps like any classic disco dub should do, leaning on a hook that some keen ears may recognise, its funky bass lick and incessant cowbell wrapped up in guitar licks and idle piano keys. a “dub mix” dispenses of the bass riff and let’s the synths get all ‘freaky deaky’ on yo ass. “groovin to la” on the flip features an understated vocal hook, filtering around vintage disco tropes of parping horns and sweeping strings, as the beats, that elicits that trademark sound that luke has made his own, rattle away gratifyingly. dj fett birger & jayda g takes “groovin to la” on a wander to the seaside for a breezy and kitschy reinterpretation. crashing waves and coastal sounds waft in and out of a gentle melodic rendition, the distorted yet supple percussive beats propping up the kooky summer vibes just right.
lucky number seven for good company records is the o.g.ep, roza terenzi s cheekily-titled debut. three tracks of doof-approved club gear from the perth-born melbourne resident, plus a bonus sunday-morning-coming-up megamix from vancouver s jayda g. with a sound like windham hill gone hardcore, this record promises fans from black rock to berlin. after the driving, new age electro of opener the right zone, terenzi declares yeh yeh yeh with a bush-bashing jeep of a bassline, blasting roxanne shante as the posse pile out of the whip & into the function. later, higher place sparks the chalice for a pre-dawn dip into the spirit realm. sometime after that, designated driver (and freakout cult-leader) jayda g takes the wheel, pulling into the church car park with her deep in your soul remix, a piano house kick-on of all three roza terenzi originals. feels good, right?