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Rene LaVice

Having cut his teeth in the production game via the world of hip hop, Vice’s longtime adoration of soulful and jazzy drum’n’bass is quite evident in his past releases such as his debut release “the Future EP”. However he quickly proved himself to be one of Toronto’s most diverse artists by releasing everything from electro fused 2 step such as the hit single “Save me” (stride) to hard hitting amens such as “In Limbo” (DNA)

The first signee to Stride Recordings has been holed up in the studio producing and collaborating with other such as Renegade Hardware ...read more

Having cut his teeth in the production game via the world of hip hop, Vice’s longtime adoration of soulful and jazzy drum’n’bass is quite evident in his past releases such as his debut release “the Future EP”. However he quickly proved himself to be one of Toronto’s most diverse artists by releasing everything from electro fused 2 step such as the hit single “Save me” (stride) to hard hitting amens such as “In Limbo” (DNA)

The first signee to Stride Recordings has been holed up in the studio producing and collaborating with other such as Renegade Hardware’s heavyweight Gremlinz as well as his own label mates and various vocalists while readying new tracks for the label. although in terms of generes, you never know what to expect from each release, you can expect to be pleasantly suprised with overall quality and melody’s that will stand in your head for days and days. « hide

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07/23/2012

3
1 Votes

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