dEbruit

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Biography

  • In an african basement bar down a Paris side-street is where you’ll normally find dÉbruit. The Parisian Synth Magician's style is a no holds barred assault through dark Congolese sound systems, downtown L.A. block parties gone wrong, haze filled Kingst..
    SOUNDSLIKE : HEAVY WONKY BEATS // SYNTH MAGIC // BUMP HOP // KWAITO HOUSE RIDDIMS // FRENCH B-BOY ELECTRO // WEST COAST HIP-HOP // HIPHOUSE FILE NEXT TO : MODESELEKTOR // DABYRE // MR OZIO // MANTRONIX // DAEDELUS // HUDSON MOHAWKE // FLYING LOTUS // MIKE SLOTT // DJ MUJAVA Parisian Synth Magician dÉbruit's style is a no holds barred assault through dark Congolese sound systems, downtown L.A. block parties gone wrong, haze filled Kingston recording studios and freaky Tunisian backstreet souks; all powered by a fat hip hop engine…. the heaviest wonky fusions you will hear all year dÉbruit has pedigree. 2 sensational EPs on Civil Music "Lets Post Funk" and "Spatio Temporel" plus EPs "Coupe Décale" and "Cle De Bras" on his and his hommies Parisian label Musique Large. Clark, DE:Bug, and most of the French press had him pegged as one to watch along with DJ magazine, Dazed and many more. XLR8R were early supporters and picked 2 of his tracks in their top 50 of 2008, and recently noted he was their their most downloaded artist with 4 out of the top 10 tracks featuring his trademark synths. dÉbruit pushes the boundaries with new technique and analogue vibes causing West Coast originator Kutmah to enquire “ how’d you get yours shit so clean and loud” In a Congolese basement bar down a Paris side-street is where you’ll normally find dÉbruit dropping beats but is body poppin’ all over Europe and the UK. Along with Hip-House alter ego KeeCLAC he’s been remixing Architeq, Zero7, Lee Scratch Perry, Kotchy, Meanest Man Contest, Man Like Me, Konono#1 and more His production showcases freewheelin synthlines, looping and wobbling perfectly. Angular beats chop and wild bass and west coast vibes spill everywhere. dÉbruits sound is unmistakabley French but combined with LA 80’s B-Boy and African beats and Middle eastern instrumentation