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DJ Wey - Introduccion
DJ Wey
Introduccion
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Lovers Rock)
8,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Late last year, the world was introduced to DJ Wey via “Nosebleed,” a singularly jacking piece of house destruction on the Lovers Rock no. 6 compilation. Now the enigmatic producer returns to the LR fold with his debut EP “Introduccion.” Across four tracks, Wey maps a wild, tripped out terrain, both sinister and fun: “Anthem Para La Club,” recorded with J. Albert as Amigos DJs, bounces bitter tales of rejection against a twisting, unrelenting drum track. With Wey on the mic, jokes seethe and complaints dissolve into laughs, while the percolating drum pattern takes on a truly anthemic quality. Elsewhere, Wey indulges his dreamier side: “Emily’s” infectious, bouncing bassline and wandering leads are soaked in emotion, while “Tare Gent Us” builds on the sickeningly-sweet tension of “Nosebleed.” Finally, “Llanganatis” closes out the EP with a moment of breathtaking introspection. Unfinished melodies flicker across aquatic pads, while a distant electro beat betrays the producer’s Miami roots. Fresh, fun, out of control and yet surprisingly nuanced, Lovers Rock is proud to present DJ Wey’s “Introduccion.”
DJ Wey - BNK004
DJ Wey
BNK004
12" | 2016 | US | Original (BANK)
10,39 €* 12,99 € -20%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
This up and coming producer is already a legend amongst the crew of techno freaks in Brooklyn. With previous releases on local imprint Lovers Rock, and releases slated for Proibito and Exotic Dance under the the aliases DJ Python and DJ Xanax, DJ Wey aka Brian Pinyero has contributed a massive 12” to BANK Records. The A Side “Song for Masahiro” is dedicated to Masahiro Ueda, a DJ and friend who graced the BK scene by way of Japan. It’s a bass heavy tune with melodic pads floating in the forefront amongst the occasional cheering sample. It's perfect for either opening or closing a set midsummer. In contrast, the B Side opens with “Flow On.” With its distorted kicks, relentless claps and hypnotic bells one could imagine hearing it on a nightmarish carnival ride...fit that into a set. The record ends on an electro tip with spaced out pads, backwards samples and classic electro style drum patterns. Distinct in sound and diverse in approach, don't sleep on the homie DJ Wey.
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