Los Angeles-based producer DLX, the "mad scientist of drum arrangements," returns to his roots with his new release, ‘LoCash,’ a custom-cut revisitation of vintage sound with a modern, relevant facelift. DLX pays homage to hip hop and electronica cultures of the past with a brand new take on timeless, classic sounds. The six-track EP is undeniably the work of Doctor Lazarus X (DLX), featuring six fresh, sharp blends of his signature complex, rapid-fire percussion and bone-rattling bass. ‘LoCash’ is out on SMOG Records today, July 16 — listen to the mini-mix on Soundcloud here!
DLX made his international breakthrough back in 2008 with the wide-open and heavy track "Matter of Fact," frequently recognized by it's companion on the B-Side, Breakage's "Relatively Speaking Remix". In 2010, he was once again in the spotlight with a featured track on the Scion Sampler CD V.30 with his track "City of Cars (feat. Kemst)" paired with a remix by Von D (France). DLX also sports a lengthy list of solo work, and has officially remixed works by Kraddy, Plastician & Juakali and more.