Duece drops his ‘Duece Not Deuce’EP on Eloisa
For the second release for Eloisa, they welcome a talented young producer from Southampton who goes by the name Duece.
Eloisa is a fresh new digital label, with a thirst for the sounds of Drum & Bass, opening up ears to the new age of music. With a unique, open and feminine vibe boding through to break the mould, they are on a mission to surpass barriers in the D&B scene.
Eloisa falls under the umbrella of Inperspective Music Group which notoriously holds Inperspective Records, Technicality Events and Clashmouth (Drum & Bass label market) and has over 20 years of history. Eloisa inherits that vast amount of knowledge and reputation to launch itself into this ever-growing and diverse scene. Spanning across a myriad of styles of music so expect luscious liquid, daring dancefloor, jaunty jump up and a whole lot more!
Marking Duece’s first release of the new decade, the four-track ‘Duece not Deuce’ EP opens with a bit of finely crafted jump-up with ‘Let It Up’, a track that pairs rave-era samples with the tightest of production.
Next up, ‘Woo’ and ‘Half Life’ continue along the same path, cultivating measured yet energetic vibes capable of making an impact on any dancefloors. Closing things out, ‘Salisbury’ is the record’s most riotous track, high-octane, unpredictable and laden with menacing intent.
Our premiere is ‘Half Life’ which has already been gaining a lot of attention with its energetic vibes and rumbles of the bass. Get ready to load up your speakers with the full release dropping tomorrow (7th April).
Check out ‘Half Life’ below and make sure you support this budding producer and fledgeling label by grabbing a copy of the EP from here