2 Track EP OF Funky Tech House With Spoken Vocal - Nasser Baker’s talent precedes him. A handpicked protégé of Dennis Ferrer, the blossoming talent is now carving his own niche in the house space. His ascension continues today with the release of ‘Tribes Of The Metronome,’ marking his DIRTYBIRD debut.
“Tribes Of The Metronome” uses sputtering bass and distorted vocals to make its impact, maintaining a consistent, yet driving pace that keeps energy levels high from start to finish. “About You” sees Baker laying on the heavy grooves, with a reverberated bassline, off-kilter synths, and crisp hi hats joining together with its vocal elements for a tech house piece with a classic flair. Both have been sought-after set weapons for Claude VonStroke, making their release particularly exciting for the DIRTYBIRD flock.
Beyond his work with Dennis Ferrer, Nasser Baker’s keen ear for house has been recognized by plenty of industry greats. His ‘Say Something’ EP on Circus was an instant hit, receiving remixes from the likes of Paul Woolford and Rebūke. Nasser’s work has also appeared numerous times on Objektivity, and recently, he was tapped by Green Velvet for an EP on Relief. It’s clear this young producer is here to stay!
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Nasser Baker is one of the freshest and most promising talents of 2018. Growing up in New Jersey he was introduced to house legend Dennis Ferrer by The Martinez Brothers. Catching the attention of Ferrer, he went on to mentor Nasser; helping him grow into the artist he is today. His latest single ‘Say Something’ is out now on Circus Recordings, one of the biggest dance music labels in the world. The single has received huge support, picking up Pete Tong’s ‘Essential New Tune’ and Annie Mac’s ‘Hottest Record In The World’ as well as being played by the likes of Fatboy Slim, Richy Hawtin and Groove Armada. Nasser Baker proves to be one of the most exciting producers of the moment, who will only continue to rise. Read more on Last.fm
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