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Groovement announces ‘Jukebox’ Compilation


Since 2015, Groovement has been cementing themselves as one of the most interesting and forward-thinking brands on the scene through their much-hyped shows and more recently, the launch of the Groovement record label. Starting the decade as they mean to go on, February 13th 2020 will see Hamburg’s premier party crew return with another helping of bass, beats and beyond in the second instalment of their genre-crossing ‘Jukebox VA‘ series.

After a successful year of expanding with our Events and our Brand, weve explored so much talent everywhere. Producers from all over the world sending us their heaters so weve decided to compile the hottest tracks into one banging VA. We picked tracks from South Africa, USA, Ecuador, Mozambique, Brazil and Germany. The amount of love and ambition is insane – spread it! – Philip Krümel (Groovement)

Lining up a selection of their favourite producers, Jukebox Vol.2 covers a cross-section of house and techno in a way that reflects the unique vibe of the Groovement events – from the low-end bassline of Andre Salmon & KC Wray’s ‘Muscle Girl’, to the synth-led classic house melodies of Kevin Anderson’s ‘Da Generation’. Jayms delivers a vocal-driven electro house vibe with ‘Hooked On You’ whilst the driving techno behind Fab Massimo’s ‘Fragments’ steps things up a gear and shows the darker side of Groovement’s output. Allez & Nogz have the late-night jams covered with the laid-back, groovy ‘Tambourine’. Obiter joins forces with Groovement’s own Mad Brother for a stripped-back house cut that is expertly layered with samples and effects to keep you guessing.

Tune in to the sounds of JUKEBOX Vol. II – a combination of handpicked tracks that join together both old friends and newcomers that we’re diggin. The second compilation of its series brings the heat from groovy tech-house to bass heavy club bangers!” Marian D. Benkert (Groovement)

Closing the VA is our premiere from Bødman, titled ‘Push Push’. It’s a shining example of tech-house done properly with a seriously funky bassline that steals the show. Check it out below and grab the whole compilation here.

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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