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SOSA’s COCO imprint unleashes the first edition of its Summer Jamz VA


Rising UK talent SOSA’s COCO imprint unleashes the first edition of its Summer Jamz VA series, featuring the label boss alongside Llinares, Mareels, Sacli & The BeatBoy’s.

Steadily growing in stature on the underground scene, SOSA’s COCO imprint continues to roll out a relentless stream of striking subterranean releases full of gritty flavours and roughened edges. Following offerings from Seb Zito, Prok & Fitch, Classmatic and many more, the label returns with their first ever ‘Summer Jamz’ VA.

Llinares kicks things off with ‘Living 4 The Night’, flying straight into rolling analogue-focused grooves. Punchy drum work undulates through a bed of roughened percussive elements, pulsating sub-bass notes and glitchy fills, sliding between a twisted vox arrangement and catchy soulful hook to carve out an undeniably potent peak-time cut.

Label head SOSA follows on with the mesmerising sounds of ‘Novella’. Built around an attention-grabbing flute lead and jittering vox chops, it’s an on-point delivery of the toughened underground sound we’ve come to know and love from increasingly-talented Liverpudlian tastemaker.

The BeatBoy’s come next with ‘Mr. DJ’, delivering more minimal-focused grooves and endless layers of hardware-induced wobble. Rippling drums and resonant frequencies drive the track forwards through a sea of distorted sampling and rhythmic instrumental processing to deliver a uniquely gritty and pleasantly moody dancefloor weapon.

Mareels & Sacli conclude the VA with ‘Bésame Mucho’, keeping things deep and heavy. Riding a subtly bouncing flow of hardened kicks and quirky tonal percs, its skippy hat grooves and stripped-back splashes of melody continue to intensify through the mix into weird and wonderful breakdowns full of striking Latin vocals and huge atmospheric spaces.

We premiere Llinares ‘Living 4 The Night’ on Data Transmission, check it out here and grab the VA on Beatport.

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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