One year after the release of his chart topping track “Along Came Polly,” Irish Producer Rebūke made his Dirtybird debut today with a killer EP.
The two-track EP, Jump Ship, is a dynamic illustration of Rebūke‘s talent. Typical of his production style, both tracks feature unique popping cuts of low-end heavy tech-house. Though the album is only two tracks, the artist’s knack for creating a diverse sound shines through.
Read what the label had to say about the EP below.
“It’s only been one year since Ireland’s Rebūke put out his first release, yet his original sound has already catapulted him to the top of the class, and he makes his debut on Dirtybird with a two track EP, Jump Ship.”
Title track ‘Jump Ship’ utilizes 90’s-era stabs and sharp percussion over driving bass to create a record ready for poolsides and dance floors alike. On the flip side, ‘The Pipe’ is a hypnotizing, yet hard-hitting cut, with rolling drums and heavy, billowing bass. While different, both tracks come together to create one quintessential EP.
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Although a new name to the scene, Rebūke is already making huge waves with his distinct sound – a sound that seamlessly meshes house, techno and rave records from the early ’90s. After an extremely successful first release on British label Hot Creations in 2018, which hit #1 on the Overall Beatport Chart, his career has skyrocketed, landed him a position among some of house music’s staple artists.
In just one year, Rebūke has released singles and EP’s on impressive imprints like Saved, Defected, Toolroom, Mother and a handful of others. Also notable, his radio show ‘Outhouse’ has hosted house mainstays Camelphat, Darius Syrossian, Mela Dee, Solardo and many more. With nowhere to go but up, the sky’s the limit for what this Irish newcomer can do.