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Ronin EP is the second official release on Dank Radio by the one and only infrasonics master/resident disc jockey/producer Fabricated.
This release gives us a glimpse of the two sided nature of Fabricated's focus on bass music. "Ronin" + "Kalamigan" show us his 140 bpm leanings while "Los Angelitist" + "Waiting Room" share his ability to dive into sacred drum & bass territory.
His sounds and textures will comfort you even through the coldest and darkest night.
Tracks 1-4 produced, arranged, mixed, and mastered by Fabricated aka Timothy Hasta
Cover art by 4000 aka Neil Belen
Shouts to: my family for always being supportive of whatever direction I take in life, KPFK and the Aziatik Rhythmz family – Dank Radio [Nativity, 4000, G1, semA, Cartographer, rxbbie, Micro, nightfox, Instinkt] and Radiobomb [Ghozt, Domination, Regal D, Miyuki, Akaida] for nurturing my love of bass music over the airwaves, my partner-in-crime Lynn for being my second set of ears in life, Z for inspiring me musically since the days of Mulatto, my brothers in bass with whom first I fell in love with bass music (Francis, Darren, Mike), all of my friends and acquaintances past and present for motivating me directly and indirectly, SMOG, Deceast, Respect Drum & Bass, and all of the Geminis out there.
Dedicated to: Patrick Romey, Lucy Romey, Maynard Romey, and Leonardo De Guzman
Note: I really don’t mind if you duplicate, share, distribute, broadcast, or whatever with this EP without my permission. Really, I’d encourage it because if you did, that means you probably liked it. Just putting that out there.