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Däarm

Leese

YUKU
YUKUSF008 | 2022-11-03  
"8 months ago, I released my first EP with YUKU.

Nomäa was intended to be hard-hitting, and was experienced as a daily outlet, both live and digital. Däarm continues an inner journey with new tribal influences, deep and cathartic bass that will bring you back to your primal instincts.

I'm always carried by Afro/Arabic influenced percussion, it's my own style and it's going to follow me for a while. This kind of rhythm inspires me a lot, there's no doubt about it: it's like feeling each instrument through all the bodies, which are just moving.

A more ambient and low-key feel for Däarm came to me.
Nomäa was an opportunity to evolve and develop my drums. After that, it was natural for me to return to this more "melodic" side, more musical in a way. Some synths appear and I'm happy that this other part of me has emerged and merged with the percussive/groovy side of my tracks.
The bass is also more present. I wanted this time, that people make faces when listening to this new EP, the ones we make when it's too heavy inside and that it shows on the face (cfr "Vuil").

I had the idea to separate "Donker Dag" in two parts: the first one in Nomäa, and the second one here. During a live show I had transitioned Donker Dag with an old track "Az5". This transition seemed so obvious to me that I decided to make a second version, and I like the idea of two EP's finally being intertwined.

With Däarm we are still walking along this line, other new things just came on it."
—Leese
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