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D'Marc Cantu Releases Decay & Rival on Drone

D'Marc Cantu Releases Decay & Rival on Drone

D’Marc Cantu

‘Decay’

A. Decay
B. Rival

Release Date: 26 January 2015
Label:  Drone | droneout.co.uk
Distribution: Kompakt
Catno:  DRONE003
 
PREVIEW LISTENING LINKS:
 A. Side
(With early support from  Laurent Garnier, Flugel and Erol Alkan)
B. Side (With early support from  Perc, Hunne and Randomer)
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D’Marc Cantu has previously released material on such fantastic labels such as Nation, Creme Organization, M>O>S and Spectral. Drone are honoured to have D’Marc Cantu on board for the label’s third offering, Decay. 

With this release, Anne Arbor’s jakbeat man delivers 6 minutes of electronic mania; a piece of repetitious, dance-inducing machine funk with a hook that hits you like a punch in the face with a velvet glove, brooding pads and a top line like steel drums on acid. D’Marc Cantu twists the sound of Detroit techno and Chicago house with his own visceral production style and makes it his own.

Sonically I’m reminded of old home videos, a lower quality presentation of a memory. Decay has that quality to it that reminds of a time gone but stills feels familiar and comforting” DMC

On the flip, D’Marc Cantu unleashes his Rival alias.

Rival was the first experiment of my first alias, Rival. It was recorded in a Volca drum machine the first day I got it, no effects and no edits, as is the basis of the alias, unedited analog sessions. One take.” DMC
Decay had it’s first airing on BBC 6MUSIC from Erol Alkan who claimed it as a new favourite of his.

“I knew since D’Marc delivered me the remix for Higher Electronic States that I wanted him to be the first artist that we put out on DRONE, his sound is synonymous with the label and the initial reaction we’ve had is that this has been the right choice. You really see people losing their shit on the dance floor to it”  Richard Fearless.

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