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Launched at the tail end in 2006 as a series of "Wurst Edits," the New York imprint boasted radical reworkings of yesteryear's clandestine discotheques by the likes of label head Roy Dank aka My Cousin Roy and his talented friends, including Runaway, who went on to produced acclaimed releases for DF
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Launched at the tail end in 2006 as a series of "Wurst Edits," the New York imprint boasted radical reworkings of yesteryear's clandestine discotheques by the likes of label head Roy Dank aka My Cousin Roy and his talented friends, including Runaway, who went on to produced acclaimed releases for DFA and Rekids; the multi-talented producer, DJ and illustrator Doug Lee aka Lee Douglas, Douglas Sound and one-half of TBD (with Justin Vandervolgen); and Eamon Harkin, part of the NYC party juggernaut that is Sunday Best and Mister Saturday Night. The edits received support from esteemed DJs as far as wide as Carl Craig, Harvey, Erol Alkan, James Murphy, Simian Mobile Disco, and Tim Sweeney, amongst many others. In early 2009, Roy teamed up with designers Josh Clancy and Travis Stearns to take the label's visual aeshetic to the proverbial next level. Come July of that year, the label evolved into The Wurst Music Co with the release of Brennan Green's "My First House," quite possibly the cult producer's most dancefloor savvy work to date. Wurst has gone from strength to strength since, and it's clear that The Wurst Has Yet To Come...
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