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Joeski announces his debut album ’20 Years of Maya’

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Reaching the outstanding landmark of twenty years of releasing music, Maya Recordings spearhead Joeski announces his debut album ’20 Years of Maya’.

Joeski’s trajectory can be traced back to 1991. He burst onto the NYC music scene as a founding member of The Chocolate Factory DJ collective. Since that time he has delighted crowds the world over and is established as one of the most sought-after DJs, remixers and producers. In 2001, Joeski launched Maya Recordings, with a back catalogue of releases that propelled the label to the forefront of the global house music scene. Now in its twentieth year, his Maya label continues a steady output of quality material that remain as fixtures on the Beatport and Traxsource tech and deep house charts. Currently in his third decade as one of house music’s most sought-after stars. He continues this momentum with a debut album that fully demonstrates his talent, experience and influences.

“To commemorate the 20 years of the label, I felt it was appropriate to tell a full story and release my first album. The inspiration began while on tour in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic when I collaborated with local musicians to create the first track of the album. From there the rest unfolded in my studio in New York, NY where I often get lost for over 12 hours a day. After 22 years of releasing over 1000 records – I’m extremely excited for this endeavour.” Joeski

The album is out on 29th November, but to give you a little taste, check out the first track below.

TRACKLIST

1 Carrion feat Mikeall Garcia
2 African Sunrise
3 Into The Future
4 Soledad
5 Slave To Your Love feat Rachel
6 Sunset in Uganda (Spiritual Mix)
7 Dub Eyes
8 My Cello
9 Love Tribe (Sunrise Mix)
10 Love Without Judgment
11 Close Your Eyes
12 I’m Happy (On Acid Mix)

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