Since laying down foundations with releases on labels like King Street Sounds and Eton Messy Records, German producer HDSN has launched an imprint of his own, and filled it with a bunch of well produced tracks.
His NBAST (Nuthin’ But A Soul Thing) label has seen appearances from DJ Nothing, Schegg, Hotel Avra, and Philip Habel, alongside a wealth of sounds from the label owner himself.
Now returning to the label, HDSN drops a brand new deep house track titled Jay 69, which is a birthday tribute to his close friend of the same name.
Speaking on the project, HDSN said “From the very beginning we’ve been connected through the love for electronic dance music and since he always loved the tracks that can work you in a frenzy how could I not wrap up a lil basement thumper for his birthday!”
The track combines rhythmic and well rooted drum beats with a heap of soft, filtered synth sounds, and a sampled recording of Gary Busey’s potrayal of Leroy Smith in 1978’s Big Wednesday.
HDSN – Jay 69 drops December 10th on NBAST.