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New DIY Record Label Low Life Inc. from Bushwick signed DUST

A new record label has decided to plant their seeds here in our ever so welcoming hood of Bushwick

A new record label has decided to plant their seeds here in our ever so welcoming hood of Bushwick. The DIY label Low Life Inc. features the likes of Fantasmas and DUST who are both picking up momentum. DUST in particular who just received the MP3 of the week via Insound and also received attention in Paper Magazine.

DUST: Michael Sherborn, Angela Chambers, John Barclay Greem Jellyfish) ((Photo by Aurora Halal))

DUST  is a duo formed by Michael Sherborn and John Barclay who you may know from the DIY party/rave scene here in Brooklyn; from Bossa Nova Civic Club, which he co-owns or perhaps as a former Paper Mag contributor. The two produce sounds that combine Italo Disco and Acid House in a very dark, danceable manner.  They kick off their debut with a 3-song EP titled Past Future that can be streamed via soundcloud or you can pick up their 12" vinyl via Low Life Inc.  This latest manifestation features Angela Chambers and Greem Jellyfish on vocals. Luke Wyatt, video artist and L.I.E.S. producer, lends them a trippy hand on the video below.

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DUST
DUST - Your Only Friend

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Catch DUST at Body Actualized  on February 22nd with Torn Hawk, Steve Summers and, one of our favorites, Lesphinxx. We're looking forwarded to cold sweats and nightmares on the dance floor.  Disco Baby!

Brooklyn Dreams

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