4 Years Compilation

started Signaflo Music in 2012 as a means of releasing my music. After a year of figuring out the logistics of mastering, art work for releases and what kind of music I wanted to push, I finally released SFL001 in April of 2012. The first few releases were from myself, naturally. Here are 17 tracks […]

SFL015 – Drew’s Theory & Bliss – “Lemonade”

Drew’s Theory and Bliss end summer on a sweet note with the 15th release from Signaflo. Deep and lulling, “Lemonade” works the lowest ends of the sound spectrum. Signaflo boss SOMEJERK serves up a chunky remix, conjuring the spirits of hardcore funk Gods. The Illuminated (Dyzz, Rebus & Vence) bless the dance with a minimal […]

SFL014 – Skinny Hendrix ft The Juicebox & DJ Immortal

Miami’s multicultural melting pot often yields unique fusions of art, culture and music. When Skinny Hendrix and The JUiCEBOX produced “Broccoli Man” and had DJ Immortal lay down a few cuts, the weird-hop anthem was born. Label boss somejerk ups the BPM to footwork tempo, upping the low end creating a kinetic dance floor filler. […]

SFL010 – Drew’s Theory “Envious” EP

Influenced by the vibes of DJ Krush, Nightmares On Wax and Lee “Scratch” Perry, Philadelphia born producer Drew Anthony creates a sensory experience with every carefully-crafted track. Inspired by living in the city and the culture of the music, Drew’s sound can be be described as deep, raw and unique. Now residing in Miami, Drew […]

SFL009 – somejerk & Drew’s Theory – “Break Legends”

In the beginning, there was a vibration. From this single vibration all things came to existence. There are many stories, fables and legends that try explain the beginning of the Universe, but none can begin to explain what the initial vibration was caused by and what created the break in symmetry that perpetuates our existence […]

SFL006 – “Overtown EP” ft Stereotype, Graphs, somejerk

Signaflo’s signature sound expands to new tempos with it’s latest release. Stereotype’s “Overtown Dub” is dark and minimal, rolling out future-tribal percussion and a chilling lead melody. Native to Miami and known for his unique style in drum and bass production, Stereotype’s auditory tribute to one of the roughest parts of Miami is heavy on […]