Testify September is a world wide onslaught of some of the most innovative dance you’ve ever heard


Its time to go back to school and its time for Sammie Jo to rise. The Brooklyn based dj/sound curator took over Testify September with an onslaught of mind bending tracks from all over the globe, redefining what you think you know about underground electronic music. 

Featuring records from Lechuga Zafiro – Para Abajo Feat. Matmos & Seba TC, Pelada – Ajetreo (out now via PAN102), and GG Lobster – Rivaldo Top 10 Goals (out now on Function Lab), Testify Sept is inundating with non-stop backbeat, textures, forward thinking progressions and audio assaults from Montreal, to China, to Uruguay and more…that’s just the tip. Just the tip. 

Sammie Jo takes over S3R’S Testify September

Peep what we mean below and keep up with Sammie Jo via Instagram.

Written by The 83rd
The 83rd is an American record producer, engineer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, sound designer and label owner residing in Brooklyn, NY. The 83rd started his career on grammy winner Maurice Joshua's production team in 2004. While working with Maurice, he was commissioned to do remixes for artist such as Missy Elliott, Mariah Carey, Ginuwine and many more. Since then he's gone on to produce, engineer, songwrite and remix artist such as DJ Slugo, Dreamcrusher, Eartheater, TRiPPJONES, Copeland, Angel Haze, Jamie xx, Tinashe, Moon Boots, Cheryl Cole, Janine, Telepathe, Rookie of the Year, A$AP Ant, Nic Hanson, Ski Beatz and worked as an in-house producer for Dame Dash's Blu Roc Imprint. In 2017, he released his solo full-length album, Again I, through his own label Sermon 3 Recordings. He also founded S3R News, a leading news media outlet for underground music, news and culture. The 83rd is known for his extremely experimental style of music production and genre less approach to music, working with noise, hardcore, electronic and industrial artists, as well as RnB, indie folk, blues and gospel. He is also noted in having Synesthesia, which he says strongly influences the sonic and visual directions of his music.