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This month we are bringing back the NU-BAY$$ comp series where we show off some of the best and upcoming talent. Past comps have seen the likes of Kill Frenzy, Pasteman of Mak & Pasteman, Look Like, and Sepher before breaking out. In this third installment we are bringing you a slew of new talent to check out along with some of our current players. This comp has a bit of everything for your sets. Up first label head Worthy starts us off with his bass heavy hitter Down that works off some crazy building drums and crazy synths. Second we have Karuva a new talent out of the UK who brings us Buddha which works off a synth in the break that just destroys while getting you high off the Buddha sack. Third we have Hector Cooper out of the Ukraine, somehow he managed to get us this amazing tune even while the war was going on. A straight jacking house track that we just love it works off some ghetto vocals this song aint playin. Fourth is Smalltalk a new find out of the San Francisco Bay Area who gives us a throwback 808 breakbeat style track that sounds like it is straight out of the summer of love. Fifth is ADMN & Francois Dillinger out of Detroit who give us Lumbar Support, this one of those ghetto booty style tunes that we just love with a lot of dirty grooves and great chords that makes you want to hit it from the back. Sixth up is Mark Starr & Lux Groove who have teamed up been to give us Oscillate a Hyphy house track that strips it down with big 808 hits and crazy clavs asking you to oscillate to the floor. Seventh up is Eyes Everywhere, who gave us there amazing Privilege Thing EP back in August. This time they give us the absolutely beautiful sunrise tune The World is Flat, I dont know how to describe this one other than we love it. On The Eighth and last track we give you Black Girl White Girl out of the UK. These two girls are just hitting it on all the right cylinders with The Feels. A garage and breaks style track with a ton of soul and beauty and feeling that just works perfectly. Hope you like this new batch of tunes. See you on the floor.


NU-BAY$$ Volume 3

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