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Yarn Audio : Flavors EP

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YARN008
 
Playtime: 15:01 - 320kb/s - 28.16 MB
Date released
2014/05/10
Date published
2015/03/28 21:34h
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Yarn Audio celebrates its second birthday with five bold tracks from Machette. The diverse producer renders a lot of energy and happiness with his sample-heavy and fast-paced tracks. Influenced by Hip-Hop, Dubstep, Footwork and Jungle, Machette’s broken beats and easygoing melodies are just perfect for a dance in the sunshine or the ghetto. Get ready for a special sample odyssey…
The French musician started producing back in 2000 and released his take on Drum’n’Bass under the pseudonym Chomp. Then Jean Trubert went on a successful excursion into Electro with three EPs on the Austrialian label Idiot House. Inspired by the Footwork wave he rediscovered his interest for the Bass Music realm. Earlier this year he released his interpretation of Ghetto-Jungle on the “Vapor EP” on Vitalistik Records as well as “It’s Right And It’s Ok EP” on Dred Collective. Machette’s Bass Music baggage is bursting at the seams. So the Berlin based netlabel is more than happy to welcome another electronic musician with a distinct voice in its fast-growing family.

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