Newark, NJ native Jamal Dixon steps up to Fat Cat Records with a standout new single that comes with remixes from Pleasure Planet, Disruptive Pattern Material and Tyler Pope.
Jamal Dixon spent his early days engrossed in New York’s club scene, working at the legendary Tunnel, all while frequenting Timmy Regisford’s Shelter parties. He eventually earned his own residencies at APT and 205 and is now a head-turning techno producer who since 2020 has landed on labels such as Rhythm Section, Bastard Jazz, and Nylon Traxx. He also runs the monthly Shadows Of Tomorrow radio show on London’s LooseFM which shows off his broad love of music of all genres.
His excellent ‘Cause’ is a robust and trippy techno cut with cantering and bulky drums. Edgy synth motifs ripple away up top to bring some late-night menace to the dance floor. The analogue texture, looped vocals and ever-increasing percussive intensity make this a real weapon.
We are presenting the remix from Jamal’s old friends Pleasure Planet aka Andrew Potter, Kim Ann Foxman, and Brian Hersey. They flip ‘Cause’ into a mysterious acid cut that sinks you in deep and keeps you there with elastic bass and all manner of whistles, stabs and freaky effects.
‘Cause’ EP will be available after the 27th of June HERE.