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Chicks Luv Us return to Desolat with ‘Rhell/Trippin’

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French duo Chicks Luv Us return to Desolat as Loco Dice welcomes them back to the label for their two-track release, ‘Rhell/Trippin’.

Launched back in 2007 by internationally renowned DJ/producer Loco Dice, Desolat stands today with a history and reputation as rich as any within the global house realm. With the label relaunched after a brief hiatus earlier this year as Miami’s Cortes took the wheel for its big re-introduction, the label boss now reveals the second release of 2023 on the label as French pair Chicks Luv Us make an impressive return.

Heading up their own CLU Recs and Encasa Records imprints while releasing material via Hot Creations, MÜSE, elrow and more, their breakthrough single ‘Qu’est Ce Qu’il Veut Lui?!’ on Desolat in 2019 saw them rack up a wealth of support from across the scene and stands today as a gem within their growing catalogue. Returning four years later, early September brings two fresh productions on the label as they return with a pair of heavy-hitting cuts across ‘Rhell/ Trippin’.

Setting the tone via hefty kicks and menacing low-end techniques before introducing wonky electronics, skippy hats and warped hip-hop vocal samples, the title cut ‘Rhell’ is a no-nonsense and impactful production crafted for packed dancefloors as it marches forth with authority. Switching things up but keeping the energy levels high, ‘Trippin’ fuses rubbery basslines, harsh metallic tones and squelchy acid-tinged leads for a chaotic yet precise and driving journey deeper into the peak hours.

Chicks Luv Us ‘Rhell/Trippin’ drops via Desolat on 8th September 2023.

PRE-ORDER ‘RHELL/TRIPPNI’ HERE

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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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