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Your New Orleans Dance Music Roundup: bàwldy, Klutch, & More

May 24 | At River Beats New Orleans, we love to celebrate our local artists. Starting today, we’re implementing a roundup of everything dance in the Dirty South. We’ll bring you the best new releases, events, and news from our favorite Deep South artists and venues.

This week, we have five new releases: bàwldy, Boo Munch ChompyDubba D., Klutch, and setsun.

Hailing from deep down the bayou, bàwldy teamed up with wobble master SubDocta to bring us a fat, mesmerizing new track, “Jafar’s Revenge.”

Catch bàwldy and SubDocta before Blunts & Blondes at Republic on June 7.

Boo Munch, longtime Baton Rouge DJ and producer, collaborated with another loved Red Stick dubstep producer, Chompy, to bring us “Sun.” The belligerent growls in the drop are mitigated by Rita Queen‘s intoxicating vocals, expertly arranged by the two local producers.

Catch Boo Munch before Tisoki at Republic on May 24.

Lafayette favorite Dubba D. delivered an in-your-face, no holds barred dubstep anthem, “SLAM,” that plays on a classic tune everyone already knows and loves.

Catch Dubba D. before Moonboy at The Willow on May 24.

New Orleans’ very own pretty boy DJ/producer, Klutch, remixed TVBOO‘s crowd-pleasing “Wook Worm” into a bass-house masterpiece.

Catch Klutch appear alongside TVBOO as their emo-DJ duo Hurricane Season at Republic on June 14.

setsun, formerly known as Deathtouch, released a bright, computer-music, G-Jones-ish track titled “digital path.”

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