Category Archives: Releases

DOC029 – This Melody – Masaharu – with J-Break, Mr. Nunez, Alexandria’s Genesis, & Technobabble remixes

The latest release from the Docka Records crew features the debut of Masaharu “This Melody”. The original mix is a chill deep house mix that will have you grooving throughout the night.

Label boss, J-Break, drops an explosive breaks remix, full of old skool acid 303’s, 808 bass and a progressive breakdown and buildup reminiscent of his early Florida days.

Another new comer, Mr. Nunez, comes onboard for a tribally tech house remix full of full percussion and vocal edits.

Alexandria’s Genesis goes a bit darker with his remix, mixing bass house sounds with a bit of the deep original flow. A nice climax at the end will leave you satisfied.

Finally, Technobabble shows why he continues to impress with his versatilty by putting together a more melodic house mix than his usual melodic techno style.

DOC028 – This Is Miami – IDeaL & J-Break – with DJ IDeaL, J-Break, and Technobabble remixes

IDeaL & J-Break, have returned from the studio to announce their highly anticipated new single, “This Is Miami”. The EP, featuring an original house mix and remixes by DJ IDeaL & emerging underground techno artist, Technobabble, marks the group’s first new music release in several years. The duo have recorded in their own solo ventures since 2018, including DJ IDeaL’s “Keeper” house single (featuring vocals from Lady Verse) which topped the Billboard Dance Club Charts, as well as Beatport’s house & tech house charts. J-Break collaborated with hip hop/RNB artist, T-Pain for the electro track “Down For Some Freakin’” that also found success on the Beatport Mainstage, Techno, Trap and Breakbeat charts this past year.

This release has received support from artists such as Oliver Heldens, WaWa, Joachim Garraud, Don Diablo, Dimitri Vegas, Fedde Le Grand, Judge Jules, Flash Brothers, Eddie Amador and Redux Saints.


DOC027 – Love Me – J-Break – with Alexandria’s Genesis & Violent Hill remixes


Label boss, J-Break, returns with a progressive breaks track with mellow leads and pads, leading to a great buildup and fulfilling drop at the end.

Violent Hill returns after the success of his previous remix for J-Break. This time tearing out the place with hard gritty basslines and crazy drum fills.

Finally, Alexandria’s Genesis follows up the original “Bust This Out” last month will a chill tech house remix with some old school house basses reminiscent of the classic “French Kiss”.