Lavelle Dupree Drops the ‘Frequency / Go Deep’ EP

Lavelle Dupree

Lavelle Dupree gives us some fresh tech house beats to dance to via his new EP, Frequency / Go Deep, on Farris Wheel Recordings!

For over 20 years, San Diego’s Lavelle Dupree has been wowing crowds with loads of funfilled house music flair, running the gamut of progressive, deep, funk, and tech, with even a little bit of trance to keep things interesting. As a proven dancefloor motivator, all the great labels want to get their hands on his music, Farris Wheel Recordings included. He first appeared on the label with “Freak This” on From The Farris Wheel back in 2019, and today he jumps on the ride again with his brand new EP, Frequency / Go Deep!

Let’s get into the details if you’re ready to move your feet. “Frequency” pulls out of the gate with a happy tempo, allowing Lavelle’s vocals to deliver a serious attitude. With the track pumping right along, a spiraling frequency makes its grand entrance and lifts the energy to the next level. As the trippy tone pulls in and out, the gritty undertone that runs from end to end will make you wish you were front and center at your favorite club, shaking it deep into the night.

Speaking of deep, “Go Deep” is an incredibly sexy tune featuring low octave vocal edits and one heck of a rolling melody that you’ll be humming long after the track comes to an end. Of course, Lavelle injects a load of imagination into the top-end details, reminding us that the more unhinged the music gets, the wilder we can all be on the dancefloor. Ultimately, these two tracks are the perfect addition to any tracklist if you want to ensure the party stays jumping from wall to wall.

Now it’s your turn to have some fun! Grab your copy of Frequency/Go Deep on Beatport, stream the EP below on Spotify, and let us know your thoughts on Twitter!

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Maria first fell in love with electronic music in the early 2000's when she heard a little tune called "Satisfaction" by Benny Benassi. Since then she has dived headfirst into the scene and has become wildly passionate about the trance, techno, and tech house genres. Festival's like EDC, Dreamstate, and Dirtybird Campout hold the key to her soul and dance music will always and forever be a major part of her life.