House | Justin Jay Kicks Off New EP, Mom, I Graduated!, With First Track, “Hit It”

Posted by on August 19, 2015

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The youngest of Claude VonStroke’s proteges, Justin Jay, has been having one of the best years that a recent college graduate could have. In addition to several releasees like his Momentum EP, he’s played Coachella, Holy Ship!, and the Desert Hearts Spring Festival, amongst many other good looks on the touring front. Even still, he’s only getting started as he just announced his Mom, I Graduated! EP, which marks his return to the infamous Dirtybird label, as well as a world tour with stops in England, across North America, and abroad. The new EP begins with a song called, “Hit It,” and it’s huge, tech-house stomper that’s been tested and proven at Dirtybird BBQs. With this news, we can’t wait to see what else Justin Jay has in stored. The Mom, I Graduated! EP will be released on September 14th, and all of Justin’s upcoming tour dates can be seen after the jump.


House | Venture Down The Rabbit Hole With Justin Jay’s Desert Hearts Set

Posted by on May 7, 2015

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There’s no denying the talent that the youngest dirtybird, Justin Jay, possesses. As he’s wrapping up the last few weeks of his senior year in college, the LA-based house phenom is gearing up for the next chapter of his life, and we couldn’t be more excited about it. With school finished up, we’re going to be seeing a lot more out of the immensely talented producer, and he’s giving us a glimpse of what to expect in the future during his last semester at college.

Just a week before making his Coachella debut, Jay ventured down to the Los Coyotes Indian Reservation in San Diego for the Desert Hearts Spring Festival for a three hour headlining set, which he has made available as a free download. On the mix, Jay showcases his brilliance as an artist, moving between house, tech house, and deeper offerings with a deft hand. Listen above and check out the tracklist after the jump.


House | Get Your Coachella Vibes From Justin Jay’s “Mind Games”

Posted by on April 14, 2015

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Now that the first weekend of Coachella is in the rearview mirror and the real world is starting to set back in, we’ve got the perfect remedy to help you ease into the week – whether you went to the festival or not. Dirtybird’s protege, Justin Jay, made his Coachella debut on Saturday, playing not one, but two, incredible sets at the Do LaB, and today, he’s giving back to his fans with a personal favorite in his arsenal, “Mind Games.” Originally produced for the dirtybird BBQ at WMC years ago, “Mind Games” is a funky house number that oozes with vibes. Peep it above and make sure to get your free download.

Free Download: Justin Jay – Mind Games


Deep House, Techno | Disciples – They Don’t Know (Justin Jay Remix) [Annie Mac Premiere]

Posted by on January 26, 2015

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With appearances at HARD Summer, the upcoming Holy Ship!, multiple records on Dirtybird, and a forthcoming EP on Pets Recordings, Justin Jay’s humble beginnings as a future talent are not too shabby to say the least. Going into his last semester at USC, the 22-year-old producer can now add a world premiere on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show to his wall of accomplishments. Annie Mac debuted his newest remix of Disciples’ “They Don’t Know” to expose Justin Jay’s production finesse to anyone unfortunate enough to not be following him. JJ allows the remix to take on a personality of its own as he strips Disciples’ original of it’s playfulness and replaces it with a brooding counterpart. Fans can move and groove to the LA producers’ expertly hatched drum work and sulking synth melodies. Check out the premiere above and be on the look out for the official release coming soon.

House | Breach – Jack (Tittsworth & Alex Eljaiek Remix)

Posted by on August 26, 2013


Yes, yes, yes; a thousand times yes. The throwbacky instant classic that is Breach’s “Jack” gets a hefty, kicked up facelift from Tittsworth and Alex Eljaiek — and they’re quite literally giving it away. Thonking, techy bass lends serious oomph to a track that was already a force to be reckoned with on the dance floor. Not really much else to say here, especially since this remix comes with Dirtybird’s official blessing. I’ve already had the pleasure of hearing this thing go down live and let me tell you: it’s the real deal.

Free Download: Breach – Jack (Tittsworth & Alex Eljaiek Remix)