Hear Jaeger and Jaeger mix resident Ivaylo’s latest for Full Pupp.
Ivaylo settles into his new home at Full Pupp. The DJ and producer made his debut on the label earlier this year, tracing a course into deep-space disco with the slow-burning “Syklon.” After the critical success of that three-tracker, Bulgarian born, Oslo native Ivaylo is back on the Prins Thomas tip with four tracks including the B1 gem, Elaya. “It’s a “B” side track!” shouts Ivaylo while sending us the premiere for the track on the day of the release.
The racy number comes with Ivaylo asking “do you want to dance” both figuratively and literally with a high-energy percussion section clearing a path to the dance floor. Garage bass lines, imported from the UK, bounce on a high-energy beat, sandwiched between deep Rhodes chords and effervecsent atmospheres.
Evolving the sound from “Syklon,” “Elaya” and co. is Ivaylo taking a tougher stance, bleeding a little out from the signature deep House and Tech sounds he perpetuated mainly through his Bogota records label. Enabled in his new discoveries via Full Pupp, the label has become “the birth place for (a) new kinda sound” for Ivaylo which he hopes will “natural grow further” as he settles into the Full Pupp catalogue.
The release came together with “Rumba Bulgara, first” says Ivaylo and the rest simply “followed,” with “Elaya” taking centre stage today as the record is officially released in all major stores. “Elaya” will have to keep us company over the weekend as Ivaylo jets off to Berlin for an exclusive Full Pupp in store at OYE Records and a set later at Bohnengold with Bogota and Full Pupp associate Jarle Braathen.
He’s back at the Jaeger mix next week, and another Bogota Record Showcase on the 21st of December. Make sure to keep an eye out for Bogota records next release too featuring Jarle Braathen. Out on Friday the 13th.