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JSTJR has a new single and a new label. JSTJR ( real name James S. Tomaszewski Jr.) has released "I See You" as the first release on his new imprint Group Chat Recordings.

Tomaszewski first premiered "I See You" during his set at EDC Las Vegas, and since then he's noticed a demand among fans and producers alike for the track. The multi-genre producer has been successful in creating consistently groovy bass music tracks, and with the infectious combination of house music and heavy bass lines it's no wonder crowds are responding to his latest work. 

With "I See You," Tomaszewski is entering the rapidly competitive landscape of artist-run labels. With Group Chat Recordings he will be taking the next step as a curator. The producer has positioned himself well musically having worked with imprints such as Mad Decent, Insomniac Records, Monstercat, and many more so he comes with experience and knowledge in the field. With a pulse on what artists want, this notion should play well in JSTJR's favor as he tackles this new endeavor in his career.

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