D.K. "All Day Everyday (Part II)"
From our vantage point across the pond, it would appear that the Parisian electronic music scene is primed to continue flourishing in 2014, with labels like ClekClekBoom and Sound Pellegrino leading the charge, while a rising number of up-and-coming labels and artists begin to stake their claim as well. One such producer is D.K., whose debut release—the All Day Everyday EP—is set to drop via fledgling Parisian imprint Get the Curse later this month. The slow, boogie-laced "All Day Everyday (Part II)" cut serves as XLR8R's first look at D.K., which finds him laying into bits of patient, synth-soaked funk and hardware-formed house across the tune's three-plus-minute run. After giving his swimming freebie a spin, the Parisian producer's upcoming EP can be previewed after the jump.
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