By owston, May 20 2019 10:40PM
A progressive breakbeat musician from New Orleans, L.A. is an old school creative with deft ear for fresh sounds. Originally grabbing attention with the release of ‘BAD AS FUNK’, Slip has become synonymous with that classic ‘techno’ sound. A product of the 90’s underground scene, his blend of nostalgic house music and innovative drive has made him one of Kundry Music and Jobo Recordings most impressive artists.
Inventive, kaleidoscopic, and eternally danceable, Slip’s music is made to build crowds, pique interest and, incite emotion. Making himself known with past releases like ‘Tell Me’, ‘November Song’, ‘Control’ and many more, Slip has refined his production style, bring and life and energy to each and every track.
Heading into the new year with an unstoppable momentum, Slip ended 2018 on a high, releasing his most popular and impressive song to date. Titled ‘To the Top’, the track was filled with an immutable groove that entranced every listener. Incorporating elements of funk with Slip’s breakbeat style and progressive synthesizers, it was the perfect for any electronic dance music fan.
Slip is back with a stand alone single that wasnt ready for the brand-new EP that hit the shelves on April 28th. Called ‘A Long Look Back’, the new EP is set to be his most impressive and expansive release to date.
In the Sound is a swing back to tracks of old when Slip was just breaking in the scene. More chill than pop and more flavor than flair
What makes the music different and unique?
Part of the secret to Slip the DJ's live-sounding digital music is his grounding outside of house and progressive breakbeat. “I am a metal head, really,” Slip says. “I love drums, guitars – rhythm …” This penchant is audible in the minimalist manner in which Slip layers his tracks on top of the beat. He's not a “wall o' sound” producer. If a breakbeat song could sound like five pieces playing onstage, that would be Slip.
Any interesting facts about the release?
it was slatted to be on the Long Look Back EP but production delays and licensing held it up
Support from DJ's, radio or PR its received
Any other significant accomplishment?
i have eaten a single m&m every single day for 10 years
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