undeniable the quality but yep^ why are they in such a rush!sundayafterglow wrote:I also like the direction he's taking and value highly his production skills, but overreleasing is definetely killing the magic.taltul wrote:after exploring some deep minimal house sounds for quite some time, Varhat continued to more electro-flavored beats.
this guy is unstoppable...
B is my side here
keep it simple.
https://www.xlr8r.com/news/2016/11/varhat-is-vincen/Varhat—namely Vincent Lubelli, a recent subject of our Bubblin' Up series—will release a new EP as Vincen.
YYY白875 will be the French DJ-producer's first EP as Vincen—but if you check all his credits on Discogs you can see that he has made the mastering of most of yoyaku's releases, and that Vincen is his alias as a sound engineer.
Moving forward, Vincen will begin to appear more frequently, though it won't be used for DJ sets. Instead, it will be used for Vincent's more experimental works. For this reason, the EP is different—more electro/techno—but he'll make other styles with the alias. He's also working on creating the music of an artistic film that will be more experimental/ambient.
YYY白875 will be the fourth release on the YYY label; all other releases on the imprint have come from YYY. The name of those releases are:
The first three releases have the symbol of the golden ratio (used a lot in art and architecture). On the google link, the number of this golden ratio is 1.61803398875. If you take the three numbers of each three numbers and add YYY before, you find the order of the releases. This time the golden number finished with 875.
Each release also has a specific color :白 (white) 黒 (black) 金 (gold).
The visual of the release is made out of this specific ratio, too. More information is available here.