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Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Listen: SF's YR SKULL Drops "Canyons" Ahead of This Friday's Free Show

Posted By on Wed, May 9, 2012 at 10:28 AM

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S.F. producer/DJ YR SKULL -- known in real life as Drew Marcogliese -- has been making a name for himself at local shows for a while now. He's also a resident at the free Push the Feeling party at Underground SF in the Lower Haight -- a monthly that returns this Friday with live sets from electronic outfits Shortcircles and the East Bay's amazing Chucha Santamaria y Usted. Ahead of this week's show, YR SKULL posted a new track, "Canyons," whose five-some minutes throb with a moody, minimalist vibe. Peppered with eerie vocal snippets and yawns of lazery synths, this spacious track is a keeper:

We also love "Expressway," a slightly more funky (but still quite restrained) track YR SKULL posted last month:

Hear more from YR SKULL on Soundcloud, and RSVP for Friday's edition of Push the Feeling if you want to check it out live for free.

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