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After debuting on Clement Meyer's Get The Curse label in late 2012 with the Slow Dance EP, Parisian producer Low Jack has gradually been drawn to the darker hues of the techno spectrum. Following releases for Delsin and In Paradisum, Low Jack now presents his most high-profile - and most experimental - release to date, with Garifuna Variations on L.I.E.S. The genesis of Garifuna Variations dates back to last summer when Low Jack was commissioned to participate in a live performance by Parisian museum Quai Branly. Invited to use the institution's vast library of music, Low Jack based his live set around recordings of the Garifuna people of Honduras, and despite him having no plans to use the music beyond the performance a live recording subsequently piqued the interest of L.I.E.S. boss Ron Morelli. Coaxed into recreating the performance at his studio, the results are described by the label as "rhythmic, tense, and hypnotic electronic music that lives in a grey area many are unwilling to step into."
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