Joe Corti

Joe Corti has just released a fresh, three-track EP dubbed Bloodline that is a perfect blend of old and new to create some infectious dancefloor grooves.

One of the artists hailing from that UK who has made some serious strides in the house scene as of late has been none other than Joe Corti. Releasing tunes on labels like Better Listen Records and Pusic Records, he’s been keeping crowds grooving deep into the night with some absolute stunners. Now, he’s caught the ear of fellow UK artist Melé for the release of his latest EP, Bloodline.

Out now on Melé’s imprint Club Bad, the three-track Bloodline EP represents the fantastic style and sound that Joe Corti has crafted over the years. On the title track, “Bloodline” listeners are treated to a blend of ’80s synths and trumpets that make for a release that will have you feeling warm inside. “Leave Me Alone” brings some emotion into the mix to create a perfect tune for those late nights and early mornings on the dancefloor. Closing things out is “Perpetual” with its soothing piano and clear jazz influence, my personal favorite of the three.

“After playing at a few Club Bad parties, I wanted to create an EP that represents what you can expect to hear when going to one. The tracks have influences from Italo, to techno, to jazz and this EP represents all of this diversity. Melé threw me this opportunity a while ago before the label had launched, and I’m happy for it to finally reach people’s ears.” – Joe Corti

Take a listen to the Bloodline EP on SoundCloud below, grab a copy on Beatport, and let us know what you think of this fresh release!

Stream Joe Corti – Bloodline EP on SoundCloud:


  1. Bloodline
  2. Leave Me Alone
  3. Perpetual

Joe Corti Bloodline EP

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