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2012 saw Los Angeles-based label Body High transition from minor local outpost into one of the foremost names in left field club music. In 12 months, Jerome LOL and Samo Sound Boy’s label released massive tunes from the likes of Todd Edwards, DJ Sliink, Jim-E Stack and many more. While 2013 hasn’t been quite as splashy for the BH crew, it has been an equally huge year with the label doubling down on its existing roster, stylizing one of the most known brands in American dance music (Body High shirts are a constant at high class functions), and touring the country incessantly (most recently with Juan Atkins, Anthony Shakir and DJ Pierre). Before 2013 comes to a close though, it looks like we’re going to receive another huge release from BH in the form of a new DJ Funeral single. “Shutterbug” is predictably huge and is another track in the growing procession of sort of-but not quite Bmore mutations that have erupted in recent years. Stream “Shutterbug” below and hit the jump for info on DJ Funeral’s upcoming tour!

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At midnight on Halloween, DJ Funeral will release his debut EP on Body High, an odd combination of horror flick samples and club music. But not just any club music, Body High club music. The Los Angeles-based label has taken North American club music by the horns over the past 12 months and not let go. Not much is known about DJ Funeral, but he materialized out of thin air (or so I’ve heard) to perform at the Body High/Boiler Room event last Tuesday to play some spooky sounds.. Out of a stacked lineup including Samo Soundboy, Delivery and Myrryrs, Funeral’s set was impressively dynamic and featured the most unheard tracks, presumably from the new EP. Pop this on (or this Hits from the Grave mix) at your sexy halloween party if you have the guts. Stream above and have your trigger fingers ready come midnight on Hallows Eve.