Deep House / Tech 2 Tracker- House music veteran Joeski is back on Crosstown Rebels with In Dub We Trust. The heavy-duty two track release showcases the deeper and dubbier side to the producers capabilities yet withholds the signature Joeski style.
First up Lessons Learned gets to work with chugging beats, lusty horns and reggae style vocals. A powerhouse of a track, varied keys stabs are intermittently placed throughout to deliver a hypnotic effect with powerful builds and drops designed for that peak-time dancefloor. Next up Faded takes on a heavy, distorted bass with broken, skippy beats and infectious vocals.
In the continually evolving dance music world where trends come and go, Joeski has stayed at the pinnacle of the industry, keeping true to the original values he learnt playing in front of crowds at Limelight, Tunnel, Paladium, Nasa and at his first residency, the “Together” parties at the legendary Roxy in New York. Since 2001 his Maya Recordings has gone from strength to strength and releases have been heard on dancefloors from New York to Ibiza and beyond. Alongside the label, Joeski has also produced for well-respected taste-making imprints such as Crosstown Rebels, Defected, Desolat and Poker Flat.
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Joeski started djing in 1989 where he used to do house parties in Queens New York he then hooked up with some promoters in about 1991 and started to DJ Wunder Bar in NY he then started at the legendary Limelight on Thursday's followed by Nasa 1991-1992, it was then when he got into the rave circuit and did Thursday's after-hours at Save the Robots with DJ Keoki. After this he started traveling all over the USA and started his residency at the Roxy in about 1995, the party was called Together and he played there with, everybody you name it! Danny T, Little Louie Vega, Roger S, and on and on.
Joeski played raves all over the US and in about 1997 started doing every other Friday at Grove Society at the Playground in Montreal . It was then that he started getting into production, the first track he ever did was in Germany in 96 which he never put out.
He invested all his loot in the studio and then started Maya Records in 2005. Read more on Last.fm
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