Rising New York City producer and DJ Mike Bloom has been on a steady ascent the last few years, appearing regularly and holding residencies at some of the city's best-known institutions, including Output, Le Bain, and Le Baron. 2015 looks to be his biggest year to date and will see him release on fellow New Yorker Curses' label Safer At Night as well as launching his own imprint Maddjazz Recordings, combining his love of Jazz and world music with his knowledge of dance floor ready sounds.
This dance floor expertise is front and center on "Lush," a track Bloom recently sent XLR8R's way, which opens with a thumping kick and sub bass groove that are complimented with chopped and delayed vocals. Over its nine-minute run, "Lush" adeptly moves between various synth phrases and vocal mutations, building and releasing tension to great effect. Bloom will be playing B2B with Milo McBride this Saturday at Le Bain at The Standard, NYC and in the meantime, you can grab "Lush" below for free.