The upstart New York-based label's debut 12-inch also features cuts from Line Cook.
Basement Floor Records will launch next month with a split 12-inch.
The label is a new offshoot of Soul 2 Seoul, a New York-based DJ duo whose Facebook profile describes them as "half Korean, half African, half American." From the sound of it, Basement Floor is an apt name for their new label: their first release features stripped-down, staunchly analog house and techno that should sound right at home in one of Brooklyn's less-than-legal party spaces. Self-described prince of dance music Elbee Bad, billed here as "eLBee BaD vs. L.B. GooD," presides over the A-side, and the B-side is cut with two tracks from a mysterious producer named Line Cook.
A1 eLBee BaD vs. L.B. GooD - These Mutha Fukin Djs (Club Mixx)
A2 eLBee BaD vs. L.B. GooD - Tracks Drop
B1 Line Cook - Never
B2 Line Cook - Zero
Basement Floor Records will release These Mutha Fukin Djs (Club Mixx) / Never on July 30th, 2013.