Ausilio Jō Drops New Single ‘Alem’ On Steve Bug’s Poker Flat

The German DJ and producer has also released music on his own labels Ritter Butzke Records and Sonderling Berlin.

Ausilio Jō makes his debut release on the iconic Poker Flat Recordings.

Ausilio Jō has built a strong following for his complex yet groovy productions that intertwine his deep musical knowledge with an innate sense of what electronic music can be.

The producer and live performer behind the Ritter Butzke Records and Sonderling Berlin imprints drops a one-track release on Poker Flat that exemplifies his approach.

Poker Flat has continually been one of electronic music most consistent labels with previous releases featuring everyone from Trentemøller to the label boss Steve Bug. This release is yet another example of the label’s refined style that never disappoints.

‘Alem’ is a stripped back house track with techy elements and groove-heavy rhythms that unfold into a deep, atmospheric burner. There’s a feeling of space that allows it to work as both a listening piece and something that will also function on the dancefloor.

Out on the 9th of July, you can pre-order a copy from HERE


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