Continuing the barrage of talent to showcase before HARD Summer, the Future Stars Mini-Mix series follows up with its second installment. Today, we bring you LA’s own Jerome LOL and Samo Sound Boy. The two DJ/producers have curated an incredible block of music that features exclusive releases on their BODY HIGH imprint, an array of house tunes that cover the vibe spectrum from light to dark. Have a listen below and get your weekend started early!
Matpat – Feel Your Body (Body High)
Cromie & Sage Caswell – Vines (PEACH)
Floyd Campbell – Stretch (Body High)
Say Wut – Run Bass Hard (Body High)
Pipes – Let’s Get Closer (Body High)
Myrryrs – Intro Theme (Body High)
Samo Sound Boy & Floyd Campbell – Unititled #1 (Body High)
DJ Funeral – Out There (Body High)
Myrryrs – Pineapples (Body High)
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There are some birds chirping overhead as kids run wild in the lively green field and playground, teenagers are walking hand in hand as adults rest up and take in the refreshing summer breeze on the park benches, and you are taking a stroll on the reflective concrete path with your earbuds in and arms gently swaying to the beat. Maybe it’s to clear your head, maybe it’s just to relax, either way, if you’re not playing this Jerome LOL remix to D33J’s, “Park,” the next time this scenario becomes available, you’re doing it wrong. Continue Reading
Earlier this fall Jerome LOL set out on a West Coast tour with Classixx, Cosmic Kids, and RAC for some of the most infectious summer time music when everyone was having summer withdrawals. Classixx were a crowd favorite, and then “Holding On” surfaced late last month and the internet was abuzz with this summertime sensation. It would appear Jerome couldn’t get the song out of his head, along with everyone else who heard these endorphin packed vibes, as he set out to create this remix for them. It does a great job of building and resolving into the original chords as his minimalistic percussion patterns create a comfortable dance environment for you to get down to. Out digitally and 12″ on April 2nd on Leisure Recordings, be sure to make sure your spring playlists are as forward as they can be with this summer time anthem.
Para One is a busy dude with many musical talents: from having dipped in the honey pot of the rap scene a variety of times (his work with French group TTC, production creds on A$AP Rocky’s “Wild For The Night”) to being a part of his own label (Marble, with Teki Latex and Bobmo). After a well-regarded release of his track “Passion” last year, Para One is back with a bigger, badder version thanks to the vocal talents of none other than Cam’Ron. As a sidenote, I can’t write or think about Cam’Ron without seeing this picture in my head, so here. #killuh
I spoke to Para One yesterday just before his trek to the US to tour starting in Miami, where I’m sure inevitably we’ll run into each other. Another sidenote, a definite party to check out that we’ll be at and Para One will be playing at is Lil Death’s NYC vs Paris this Friday. So read on about what Para One had to say after the jump, and as for myself I hope to see many of you out and about!
Mystery producer…little is known…blah blah blah. Here’s what you need to know: DJ FUNERAL is on deck for his sophomore EP on Sam + Jerome’s LA-based imprint, BODY HIGH, coming out November 13th. The release has 4 originals, and they are all fire. Once again, the newly founded label really stands apart from its peers, providing a truly unique sound that irradiates the eclecticism and skilled A&R of its founders. Preview the EP below. √+
GDD™ homie Harvard Bass has started up a new radio show on iHEARTRADIO’s Electric Sound Stage channel, procuring mixes himself while also calling upon friends for guest appearances. For the second edition of HB Radio, Victor hit up fellow Angeleno, Jerome LOL, of Body High Records who put together an hour of raw House music, featuring two new originals from Jerome and a whole lot of education. Keep your eyes on HB’s Soundcloud for more installments of the new show. √+
In coming weeks, GDD™ will be joining forces with our friends around the world for collaborative editions of The Dirt. So far, we’ve teamed up with Discobelle and Stoney Roads, and this week we’ve put together a comprehensive 10-pack of tracks with our buddy Brandon over at Elektro Magazine. All 10 are available for download, so head on after the jump to see what we have in store for you this week!
LOL Boys have recently parted ways, but Jerome has solidified his new musical direction with the creation of Los Angeles imprint, Body High, as well as his project DJ Dodger Stadium with Samo Sound Boy. His solo moniker will be Jerome LOL for now, and we couldn’t be happier to welcome him back to VS this Thursday. We’ll have support from some great local talent including O-BE1, DirtyDuo, Half N Half, and Orion.
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