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The French maestro has delivered a terrace smasher

  • Mixmag Staff
  • 29 October 2015

We've long been fans of D'Julz, mainly because the French maestro has been delivering seductive, rolling house music for as long as we can remember, with every track hitting the sweet spot.

He's in charge of the label Bass Culture, an imprint responsible for EPs from the likes of Mr G, Mr Tophat & Art Alfie, Alex Picone, John Dimas and of course his own stellar productions.

He returns to Bass Culture this month with a three track EP that's been hammered all over the world by the best in the business.

The 'Houdini' EP has received support from artists like Ryan Elliott, Laurent Garnier, Ben Sims and Ricardo Villalobos, who dropped the title track at Cocoon in Amnesia to rapturous cheers.

We've got the premiere of that title track and 'Houdini' is a fucking gem. The synths and kicks stab incessantly before claps bring the groove right back. It's a track that doesn't sit still and with clever instrumentals being introduced throughout, it's not hard to see why this is a DJ favourite. Check it.

The 'Houdini' EP will be released on October 30 via Bass Culture

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