2014-05-20T18:16:59-04:00 2014-05-20T18:20:19-04:00

Moveltraxx offers up an exclusive adrenaline injected house tune, "P.D.G.", from Dudley Slang

Moveltraxx is a French label founded and managed by Feadz and Big Dope P. Both are notorious beat-masters in their own right and share a passion for massive sounds infused with thick dance-floor friendly grooves. Dudley Slang has been with the label since the beginning and his "Kaira City House Music EP" fits the niche of Moveltraxx perfectly. To be honest I've never heard anything quite like it. Their are several old school funk samples used throughout but nods to certain Daft Punk stylings of big beat versus undeniable party rocking vibes.  If there is such a thing as a "future funk" movement, this is it. 

Moveltraxx is proud to introduce Dudley Slang's first EP. This french producer/graffiti artist/dancer/dj presents "Kaïra City House Music", a record showcasing his unique raw sound and blend of Ghetto/Disco/Tech House. Even if it's his first EP as Dudley Slang, this long time friend of Da Movelt Posse is like an underground hero and has released music under tons of alias. As Dudley Slang he only appears on a Ghetto House vinyl from 2004 with Stacy Kidd (Chicago/Dancemania) and on their latest label compilation "#DMP6" (alongside Feadz, Big Dope P, MikeQ, Dj Earl Teklife...) with the track "Phantom". 

"P.D.G." has been offered up by Moveltraxx exclusively to our EARMILK readers as a gift from his upcoming EP. Slang utilizes fierce horns and gigantic drum hits that slam through the mix in this tune. The variations between breakbeat and straight house rhythms maintain the solid flow designed to get any party moving. Definitely one of the more consistently energetic "house" tunes I have ever encountered. The catchiness stays focused throughout and the funk is strong with this one. Make sure to grab the free download below!

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Bass · Dance · Disco · Electro · Future Funk


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