Paul Salva has been on quite a tear as of late. In February 2011, the Frite Nite label head released his ‘Complex Housing’ LP on the Friends of Friends label to rave reviews (Resident Advisor, Pitchfork, FACT, XLR8R all recommended) and has quickly become one of electronic music’s most exciting and diverse producers.
Since then, he’s pumped out killer remixes for Rainbow Arabia, Miguel Migs, Om Unit, Beans and others all while touring relentlessly and most recently being accepted into RBMA for the Madrid sessions.
With support from DJs like Night Slugs(Bok Bok, Girl Unit), Low End Theory (Gaslamp Killer, DJ Nobody), Earnest Endeavors and more, Salva is ready to continue the momentum prepping the ‘Yellobone’ EP.
A musical polymath, even in a climate where that’s quickly becoming more of an expectation than a novelty. The LA producer has most recently been associated with the trap movement, helping to birth the sound last year with his white-hot bootleg remix of Kanye West’s “Mercy,” but his music goes beyond hip-hop.
His productions are restless forays into cross-genre splicing, made with frantic percussion, quirky vocal samples and found sound. His remarkably varied DJ sets have the finesse of a seasoned music lover, driven by a love for big and boisterous club sounds.
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