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Early June will see Roush welcome emerging Spanish talent Jairo Delli to the label to deliver his ‘Badman Posse’ EP, alongside remixes from Neverdogs and Luuk Van Dijk.
A rising name within Europe, Tenerife born talent Jairo Delli is the latest Spanish producer to begin making considerable noise within the worlds of House and Tech House, with notable early support from artists including Pirupa, Javi Bora, and of course, Hector Couto. With previous releases on the likes of 303 Lovers alongside Luigi Rocca and CR2 Records, early June will welcome a debut on Roush to deliver three energy- driven original productions, whilst Music On residents Neverdogs and Amsterdam’s Luuk Van Dijk each provide remixes.
Title track ‘Badman Posse’ establishes the direction of the EP from the off, as crisp snares and howling sirens combine with intermittent background vox snippets to reveal a dynamic and lively lead production, whilst ‘Champion Sound’ keeps the energy levels high, employing laser-sharp drums and resonant claps to great effect. ‘Bow Pow’ signals the last of the Spaniards originals, this time opting to shift the focus on driving low ends, whilst a dark, snaking bassline weaves its way amongst crisp hats.