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Desert Hearts Records welcomes Spanish producer Mr. Jefferson to their growing family of artists with the release of his four track “Ghetto Funk” EP. This marks the 15th original release from the burgeoning record label that champions the same Desert Hearts mantra of House, Techno, & Love with expertly curated music available to download for free.

Mr. Jefferson’s debut on Desert Hearts Records comes in the form of four tech house weapons, each abundant with panache in their own right. The release propagates the Desert Hearts sound off the bat with title-track Ghetto Funk, a peak time sample-driven tune filled with dance-floor fueling energy. The appropriately titled Acid Sauce incorporates a bouncy bassline and an acid-dripped 303 synth coupled with tripped out vocals, while the chunky Shuffle Anthem provides warehouse fodder with its full steam ahead percussion. Generation rounds out the EP with a strong bassline underscored by pitched-down snippets of George W. Bush’s 2000 Republican Presidential Nomination acceptance speech.

The EP comes at a busy time for the Desert Hearts crew, with recent label releases from Desert Hearts co-founder and spiritual docent “Papa” Lee Reynolds as well as the viral EP “That’s My Kinda Night” from production whizz Fritz Carlton. The boys also recently kicked off their City Hearts Endless Summer tour, bringing their vibe crusade to key dates across North America including a stage takeover at Northern California’s revered Symbiosis Gathering.

Proving what can be accomplished when honest intentions align with organic expansion, Desert Hearts has captured the hearts and enthralled the minds of its treasured community across North America, Mexico, and beyond. What began as a renegade gathering just a few short years ago has quickly blossomed into a powerful force on the global festival scene and a sonic exposé of a movement. ‘House, Techno, & Love – We Are All Desert Hearts’.

Release Date: July 4th, 2016


  1. Ghetto Funk
  2. Acid Sauce
  3. Shuffle Anthem
  4. Generation
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