DJ-Follower's Daily Dose of Free Tunes: Rodriguez Jr., Crookers & Digi
Crookers & Digi turn their attention to making weird noises. Rodriguez Jr., formerly part of electro duo The Youngsters, is now cooking up groovy, melodic tech house dishes for all of you out there. Enjoy!
Reminder: these tracks are the courtesy of the artist. Sort of creative commons that you are supposed to share, mix and remix as you please. Nevertheless, we urge you to support the artists by acquiring their other releases and going to the shows! Enjoy, and grab them while you can!
Well, if you can name the genre of this one, you'll be coining a new term in electronic music. Trap? Maybe.. but is it any good? We'll let you decide!
Rodriguez Jr. is up to the task of choosing the tracks for the upcoming 'Back to Back' series, just listen to this sinister sounding deep house tune!
You can order Mobilee Back to Back Vol.7 presented by Rodriguez Jr. here.
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