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Destructo's Top 7 Vinyl Tracks To Listen To Right Now

Destructo did some heavy crate digging to find 7 of the best vinyl tracks that you need to stop everything you're doing right this instant and listen to right now.
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With the weather warming and the industry reawakening, the amount of quality vinyl is being released is at an all time high. So much so, that we have a hard time keeping up with all of the music to recommend to you. 

So to help with some of the heavy lifting, we brought in the help of industry legend and vinyl aficionado Gary Richards, aka Destructo, to help curate even more quality recommendations, just for you ahead of his set tomorrow night at Leland City Club hosted by MeanRed Productions

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Richards’ set of song selections almost plays like a recipe for his G-House sound, mixing pioneering electronic classics from Kraftwerk and Giorgio Moroder with west coast hip-hop standards from Dr. Dre and Eazy-E, and adding in a dash of darkness from Depeche Mode and Nine Inch Nails.

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Destructo's Top 7 Vinyl Recommendations

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Who Is Destructo?

Destructo has been called one of the EDM world’s most vital by the leading publications in the music industry. He is a musical veteran that has been producing and doing an explosive blend of electro and hiphop since the early 90s. 

The LA-based artist, who’s started his career as A&R for Def American Recordings, has collaborated with major artists like E-40, Too $hort, Busta Rhymes, YG, Kurupt, and Ty Dolla $ign. 

Since 2007, his HARD Event brand has cemented itself as one of the top globally consistently booking acts like Skrillex, Diplo, and more. 

For nearly three decades, the prolific producer, remixer, promoter, and DJ has been an integral figure in the world of electronic music, and on May 14, come and hear why as Destructo comes to Detroit’s industrial Leland City Club, courtesy of MeanRed.

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