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It's fair to say Wallace is one of those rare producers that has already amassed quite the reputable back catalog in a very short space of time. Let alone in 2023 having already released two albums and a handful of EP's with labels such as Rhythm Section, Mule Musiq and CWPT, he's become a go-to producer for many DJs. To some it may seem like he's at the beginning of his career but Wallace has been producing for over 10 years refining his sound.On Loop label boss Moxie has been an early supporter of his, not only championing him in her DJ sets but also having him feature heavily on her NTS show. The pair are thrilled to be finally putting this release out into the world, showcasing why Wallace really is, the real deal. The whole EP is filled with tons of percussion and rhythm, pulling the listener in. 'Tanzanite' & 'M'bira' in particular are undeniable groovers. 'Red Velvet' on the other hand is something you might expect to hear played at 5am Fabric room 1, whilst 'Violet' is a treat only for the vinyl heads and shows off how versatile Wallace really is as a producer, offering something on a slower tip. Speaking of the release, Wallace says:The A-side of 'Tanzanite' is inspired by time spent in Africa when I was young. My dad used to make animal programs & one time I tagged along for his jaunt around South Africa and Namibia. The 'M'bira' track uses the instrument of the same name which he picked up, when out there & the title track is inspired by a gem stone park we visited in Cape Town. The B-side takes inspiration from recent clubbing experiences. In this way, the EP is juxtaposed from the joyous, open air, playfulness of the A to the moodier, darker feel of the B.*Early support coming in from LIV Wutang, Yu Su, Erol Alkan, Dr Banana, Kamma, Bradley Zero, Richard Sen, Axel Boman, Tom Ravenscoft, Dar Disku & more...Tracklisting:A1. Tanzanite A2. M'bira B1. Red Velvet B2. Violet
It's fair to say Wallace is one of those rare producers that has already amassed quite the reputable back catalog in a very short space of time. Let alone in 2023 having already released two albums and a handful of EP's with labels such as Rhythm Section, Mule Musiq and CWPT, he's become a go-to producer for many DJs. To some it may seem like he's at the beginning of his career but Wallace has been producing for over 10 years refining his sound.On Loop label boss Moxie has been an early supporter of his, not only championing him in her DJ sets but also having him feature heavily on her NTS show. The pair are thrilled to be finally putting this release out into the world, showcasing why Wallace really is, the real deal. The whole EP is filled with tons of percussion and rhythm, pulling the listener in. 'Tanzanite' & 'M'bira' in particular are undeniable groovers. 'Red Velvet' on the other hand is something you might expect to hear played at 5am Fabric room 1, whilst 'Violet' is a treat only for the vinyl heads and shows off how versatile Wallace really is as a producer, offering something on a slower tip. Speaking of the release, Wallace says:The A-side of 'Tanzanite' is inspired by time spent in Africa when I was young. My dad used to make animal programs & one time I tagged along for his jaunt around South Africa and Namibia. The 'M'bira' track uses the instrument of the same name which he picked up, when out there & the title track is inspired by a gem stone park we visited in Cape Town. The B-side takes inspiration from recent clubbing experiences. In this way, the EP is juxtaposed from the joyous, open air, playfulness of the A to the moodier, darker feel of the B.*Early support coming in from LIV Wutang, Yu Su, Erol Alkan, Dr Banana, Kamma, Bradley Zero, Richard Sen, Axel Boman, Tom Ravenscoft, Dar Disku & more...Tracklisting:A1. Tanzanite A2. M'bira B1. Red Velvet B2. Violet
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WALLACE - Tanzanite (Ep)

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Format: Vinyl
Label: On Loop
Rel. Date: 07/19/2024
UPC: 197190648683

Tanzanite (Ep)
Artist: WALLACE
Format: Vinyl
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It's fair to say Wallace is one of those rare producers that has already amassed quite the reputable back catalog in a very short space of time. Let alone in 2023 having already released two albums and a handful of EP's with labels such as Rhythm Section, Mule Musiq and CWPT, he's become a go-to producer for many DJs. To some it may seem like he's at the beginning of his career but Wallace has been producing for over 10 years refining his sound.On Loop label boss Moxie has been an early supporter of his, not only championing him in her DJ sets but also having him feature heavily on her NTS show. The pair are thrilled to be finally putting this release out into the world, showcasing why Wallace really is, the real deal. The whole EP is filled with tons of percussion and rhythm, pulling the listener in. 'Tanzanite' & 'M'bira' in particular are undeniable groovers. 'Red Velvet' on the other hand is something you might expect to hear played at 5am Fabric room 1, whilst 'Violet' is a treat only for the vinyl heads and shows off how versatile Wallace really is as a producer, offering something on a slower tip. Speaking of the release, Wallace says:The A-side of 'Tanzanite' is inspired by time spent in Africa when I was young. My dad used to make animal programs & one time I tagged along for his jaunt around South Africa and Namibia. The 'M'bira' track uses the instrument of the same name which he picked up, when out there & the title track is inspired by a gem stone park we visited in Cape Town. The B-side takes inspiration from recent clubbing experiences. In this way, the EP is juxtaposed from the joyous, open air, playfulness of the A to the moodier, darker feel of the B.*Early support coming in from LIV Wutang, Yu Su, Erol Alkan, Dr Banana, Kamma, Bradley Zero, Richard Sen, Axel Boman, Tom Ravenscoft, Dar Disku & more...Tracklisting:A1. Tanzanite A2. M'bira B1. Red Velvet B2. Violet
        
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