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clavette teams up with Dutcheast on ‘Up & Down’


Deep Root Records have announced the dynamically jubilant “Up & Down” from wunderkind, clavette, and exciting newcomer, Dutcheast. 

Deep Root Records is an independent record label thriving to serve artists. This happens in three ways: Artist Management, Music Exploitation, and Event Production. Based in New York City, the label is a runway for artists seeking a fast track to success. 

Hailing from Milwaukee, WI, Jake Clavette, aka clavette, has been working in music for the better half of a decade. Since relocating to Los Angeles in 2014, Jake’s boisterous, dynamic musical world-building has earned him the attention of major artists and brands alike. Now, he’s poised for the masses to indulge in all of the universes contained in each track, and to take in their warp-speed percussion, restrained builds, and rattling basslines.

Bringing ferocious creative and enlightening energy to his music. Dutch East is the culmination of years, immersed into electronic music culture; from MK dubs and Swedish house mafia to East end Dubs and Sidney Charles. The evolution of taste has evolved to a palette so crisp, It towers at the sight of a Pringle. Fair to say 2021 will be a year of firsts for the master of disaster. The colossus of clout. The elusive. Dutch East. 

“Up & Down,” is out exclusively on Traxsource on Thursday, November 19th. It takes the rhythmic grind of the day-to-day and turns it on its head, trading productivity for pleasure, progress for passion.   This classic house jam sets off with a steady deep bassline that furiously drives into a variety of piano keys, synths, and drums kits, morphing into one. The sharp but hallowing vocals of “Up & Down” instantly charges a rush to any listener through a series of exciting buildups and drops. Striking a balance between buoyant highs and heart-sinking, pounding, lows, the track luxuriates in its own head-turning vibrancy.

Listen to ‘Up & Down’ here first on Data Transmission, and grab it here.

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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