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)