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TJH87 Break Away Kicks!

We’re proud to announce the release of Break Away Kicks!, the new single from TJH87, after the super act Woo Chicks & Disco Wobblez ep

It presents five high energy tracks resembling electro pioneers such as Daft Punk and Justice.
On remix duty TJH87 recruited DIGIKID84 (Folistar/ Because – Fr), WAFA (Atlantic Jaxx / Grizzly – Uk) and STEREOCOOL (Champagne Records – Ita) to create three very different edits, one more laid back after hours track and others a more bass focused jittery affair.

Tracks are receiving early support by Luciano, BBC Radio, Treasure Fingers, Drop Out Orchestra, Human Life, Taku Takahashi, Ridney, LBCK, TobTok, Spiller, Rise & Fool and lots of others are coming…

The single is also climbing charts worldwide: #1 on iTunes Dance Chart (Finland) and Beatport Indie Dance / Nu Disco top100

TJH87 are a Finnish electronic music duo made up of Timo Juuti and Hector 87. The duo started working together after allegedly raiding their local library to sample old disco records for inspiration and to incorporate into their own productions. The result of which is the making of their very own blend of disco house and pop savvy electro.

Their music immediately caught the attention of the international music industry and club scene, resulting in their single ‘Cheap Bad Moves’ being selected by DJ Eibhlín to feature on the Hed Kandi / Ministry Of Sound compilation ‘World Series: MIAMI Vol.II’ and ‘I Know It’ being featured on ‘Disco Heaven’.

DJ Eibhlín selected the record for its distinct laidback and deep resonance, which later progressed into hands-in-the-air feel good house .Their single ‘I Know It’ was also featured on BBC Radio 1 by Fearne Cotton and Dutch DJ Chuckie.

The duo followed this up by releasing Woo Chicks & Disco Wobblez ep EP, released on La Valigetta. Made specifically for packed out, sweaty dance floors this high energy disco house record also featured three remixes from PHNTM, Ghosts Of Venice and J Paul Getto, which gained support by Armand Van Helden, DJ Chuckie, David Vendetta, Robbie Rivera, David Penn and many more.