London Venue Studio 338 Launches New Label, 32 Endz

Studio 338 launches a brand new label, 32 Endz, welcoming Amine Edge & DANCE for the debut EP making a solid statement of intent.

After years of curating the finest events in London, ranging from house, techno, drum & bass and everything in between, Studio 338 has been a quintessential part of the city’s electrifying nightlife. The powerhouse London venue has hosted the world’s best DJs, brands and labels for a decade. It is a multi-space venue with world-class production, cutting-edge light and sound, including indoor and outdoor dancing on one of Europe’s largest terraces.

Now, its partying ambitions are to be matched by this new label, named after the 32 areas of London. It will curate music “which fully channels the team’s upbringing on the city’s streets and in its clubs. 32 Endz aims directly at the dance floor as it explores garage, tech, rave and generally filthy, bumpy tracks that smash a rave.”

First up on the label is standout French pair Amine Edge & DANCE, a duo with plenty of streetwise sounds and swaggering attitude, a love of hip-hop and a track record of serving up oven-ready tunes on their CUFF label, as well as the likes of Desolat, Saved Records and many more. ‘Kid Cudi’ is a no-nonsense house cut with block-rocking kicks and warm, fat bass. The naughty vocals add extra spice to this most heavyweight of tunes, and it is sure-fire to blow up any club.

Barcelona-born, London-based remixer Daniel Orpi is a man on the rise with standout tracks on labels like Four Thirty Two, elrow Music and Whippin, also picking up high-profile fans such as Danny Howard. His take on ‘Kid Cudi’ is much more silky and percussive, a lively and restless groove for pumping the party with bubbling bass, steamy synths and plenty of drive.

This is a solid statement of intent from the sure-to-be essential new 32 Endz label.

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