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[Review] Lee Foss – Masta Blasta EP (Mexa Records, April 23)

slow April 20, 2012 Deep House, Extended Play, Reviews 2 Comments

[Review] 

Lee Foss
Masta Blasta EP
MEXA RECORDS

Burgeoning label, MEXA Records, hails from the border city of Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico, where founders Louie Fresco and Jay Blakk (Climbers) call home. Despite its lack of notoriety, Mexicali has, over recent years, developed into a spawning ground for up-and-coming producers and ambitious young labels. MEXA is the product of a deep and genuine desire to put Mexico and its artists on the international dance community’s radar. So far, Louie Fresco and Climbers have already made impressive impacts on the scene, signing tracks with labels like No. 19 Music and Culprit respectively. However, the time has come for their label to soak up the spotlight as they release their first EP, Masta Blasta, featuring one of their strongest influences, Lee Foss.

For the title track, “Masta Blasta,” Lee Foss utilizes panning vocal play along with an interesting sample from a YouTube video (after which the release was named) to fill space around the main focus of the track, the bassline. Hints of golden-era RnB vocal snippets start things off and are scattered throughout, adorning the track…READ MORE HERE

 

 

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