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Add To Crate: APOCALIPSIS, Byrell the Great, and J.Robb

New music we’ve been listening to that you should download

APOCALIPSIS debuted the Bandcamp-exclusive ‘Sin Fronteras‘ on September 20th of this year. Designed with a combination of electrifying club sounds, the 36-track global compilation is not just a collective body of dance tracks, but it’s for an amazing cause. 100% of its proceeds will be going to immigrant defense organizations RAICES, Immigrant Defense Project, and Detention Watch Network.
“Sin Fronteras” unapologetically affirms the rights and dignity of immigrant communities, and stands in solidarity with efforts to abolish an oppressive legal and immigration system.

You can support the cause by downloading ‘Sin Fronteras‘ here:

We’re still coming down (barely) from Byrell the Great’s last digital compilation ‘Chopped Cheese‘. However, much to our delight, Byrell the Great has just released another body of work that takes us to church, then to sweat it out at the club. Byrell the Great is a well-respected artist of the ballroom community here in New York City (and let’s be real, beyond). 10/10 highly recommend. The 6-track compilation is already making its given mark on the underground club scene, and our favorite track you ask? “Vanity’s Gospel (feat. Dicki Destruction & Kevin JZ Prodigy)” and an honorable mention to “Incantation No. 5.”

You can support Byrell the Great by downloading ‘The Book of Vanity‘ here:

J.Robb made his mark on Soundcloud, editing classic 90s R&B tracks to club heavy-hitters. Periodically J.Robb will package his edits for download giving them the “trash” label (although, they are anything but). Now a member of Joe Kay’s label SOULECTION, he continues to climb the dance ranks as one of the best flip artists in the underground. For his latest compilation “Trash vol 3.5“, you can find his new edit of Doja Cat’s “Juicy” flipped into “fromthebacc”.

You can support J.Robb by downloading ‘Trash vol 3.5‘ here:

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