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Trackstars (Delroy Edwards & Benedek)
Untitled

Trackstars are a duo consisting of Delroy Edwards and Benedek. Untitled is their new 4-track EP on L.I.E.S. Delroy Edwards, a Los Angeles native, moved to New York and worked at A1 records with Ron Moreli who founded L.I.E.S. Benedek is US producer and musician Nicky Benedek (C.O.O.L Band, Manzanem, Rx (20)).
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Delroy Edwards
Dubonnet

Choosing to name his latest 12” EP after, frankly, an absolutely revolting spirit, producer and DJ Delroy Edwards returns on the Apron imprint for a second outing. ‘Dubonnet’, boasting six tracks, deals in unfiltered house music influenced by Edwards’ time spent on both coasts of America over the years. 
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Delroy Edwards
Wagon Wheels

Delroy Edwards’ dad is Hellboy himself Ron Perlman, but don’t think that the young producer is here on nepotism alone. Over the past few years an impressive run of releases on both L.A. Club Resource and L.I.E.S. have proven that Edwards can handle himself on the synths. New EP Wagon Wheels is full of the kind of lo-fi, zany and slightly louche house that we’ve come to expect from Edwards.
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Delroy Edwards & Dean Blunt
Desert Sessions

Dean Blunt is known for his genre-hopping and maverick approach to making music. He was previously one half of the duo Hype Williams. Delroy Edwards is from L.A. but now lives in New York and has previously work with Ron Morelli, found of the L.I.E.S. label. The pair met in the desert for a musical face-off in 2017. Here, in these grooves is what went down. LP on L.A. Club Resource.

Delroy Edwards
Rio Grande

The mischievous and beyond contempt house star Delroy Edwards has got an expansive new record of lo-fi funk hits in store for you with Rio Grande. This release via L. A. Club collects five in particular that reflect the interdisciplinary sleaze he so proudly trades in; it sounds like he's buffering a motel.

Delroy Edwards
Aftershock

Coming just a month after the release of his Rio Grande LP, meme-house cheeky chappy Delroy Edwards returns to L.I.E.S. (Simoncino, Terekke) for the first time since 2013 to drop another full-length. Aftershock doesn’t see Edwards switching up the formula too much, but when you’ve got this good at making retro Chicago beat tracks with a lo-fi twist then why would you change a good thing? Will appeal to fans of DJ Seinfeld, Ross From Friends et al.
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Delroy Edwards
Hangin' At The Beach

Delroy Edwards’ new full-length for L.A. Club Resource is very much a full-length: it contains thirty tracks over two LPs. That gives the man plenty of time to play around with his different influences and approaches: lots of lo-fi synth jams and punkish dance tracks to enjoy here. Hangin’ On The Beach is released by L.A. Club Resource.

Delroy Edwards
Kickin' Butts!! EP

Los Angeles native Delroy Edwards moved to New York aged eighteen where he spent his time working at A1 Records with the founder of Long Island Electrical Systems (aka L.I.E.S) Ron Morelli. ‘Kickin’ Butts!’ is a minimal EP with a lot of attitude, some Scarface samples, lo-fi characteristics and swirling phasers underpinned by dynamic hip hop rhythms.

Delroy Edwards
Teenage Tapes

Teenage Tapes sees Delroy Edwards making some unexpected guitar noise pieces. They stem from experiments he made whilst messing around with guitar effects and reel-to-reel tape recorders as an art student. The sounds on this album have more in common with black metal and EBM than the thumping house you might expect. Teenage Tapes is available on vinyl LP.

Delroy Edwards
Untitled

L.I.E.S. linchpin Delroy Edwards returns to rework analogue house styles into his own distinctive hybrid. I can’t get enough of the helium vocal on ‘Can u Get With’ or the industrial throb that collapses into rave piano on ‘Always (Edit)’. The Gene’s Liquor label can be relied on to update all the yearning, woozy greatness of early house for 21st century dancefloors.

Delroy Edwards & Funkineven
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