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Mix of the Day: Joeski


Joeski, also known as Joe Flores, was born in Brooklyn and raised in Queens a true New Yorker who grew up in and around the legendary New York house scene of the 90s. Joeski himself is woven into the narrative of that period, having been a founding member of the Chocolate Factory and performing at the Limelight and Tunnel, before his career went fully international. His recording career followed suit a long list of seminal EPs stretch back to 2000.

He brings his considerable talents to Poker Flat Recordings, dropping the Lessons in Dub EP. Lead track ‘Dub Music’ is a throbbing example of the power of groove and dynamics. The rhythm is pure tough and funky New York house while the expert use of reverb, echo and delay give the track its dubwise flavour. Jamaican dub reggae production techniques have always been a key ingredient of dance music. The use of space and texture was essential to house music’s development and ‘What is Dub Love’ further illustrates Joeski’s mastery of the form. The track rides a tight rhythm track, adding percussion and spacey sound effects through its stripped down groove.

To celebrate the release, we’ve got a brand new exclusive mix from him on our Mix of the Day series, check it out below!


1- Joeski – Dub Music – Poker Flat Records
2- Robert Babicz – Chordy – (Maetrik Rmx) Systematic Records
3- Sosandlow – Ancestral – Promo
4- Joeski – Ayahuasca – Maya Records
5- Harry Romero – From The Root – Bambossa Records
6- Joeski – What Is Dub? – Poker Flat Records
7- Akabu – Phuture Bound (Ame rmx) Zed Records
8- Joeski – Loosing Yourself – Maya Records
9- Paolo Soto – Last Fuss – Olatu Records
10-Nicola Assi – My Illusion – Under No Illusion
11- Joeski vs Chris issac – Wicked Game (Joeski boot mix) Edit
12- Joeski – Roots – Poker Flat Records

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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