By now everyone knows Dirtybird as a global innovator in house music. The NorCal label and party crew has made an impact with laid back atmospheres and bass-laden dance sets. What started out as makeshift parties in the local park has grown to a coined sound that's basically a genre on it's own. Led by Claude VonStroke, the group continues to dish out game-changing records made for the dance floor. Their latest is an album debut by New York duo Walker & Royce that you simply can't miss.
As the first single off of forthcoming album Self Help, Walker & Royce have enlisted scene legend Dances With White Girls for a catchy heater that's bound to get stuck in your head. 'Take Me To You're Leader' is not your average release, this one's set to make waves. Hidden in a classic house framework, the three instantaneously infectious organ chords package this one up as a summer anthem. Add the funky verse from Dances inclusive of a hook to end all hooks, you have a hit.
Self Help puts forth a career-defining debut album - an immensely clever project that lures listeners in with club-ready grooves only to leave them in contemplation. With records like this, the duo are set to continue their rise to the top of feel-good house vibes. Armed with a label like Dirtybird, plan to see these guys on heavy rotation.