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  • Release Date 2017-11-22
  • Label Conspiracy
  • Catalog CON003
Having contributed such a spectacular visual element to Conspiracy thus far, the Nativo EP comes as a very welcome shift for Yokobus, who finally returns to his own native roots in music for his debut release with his own crew - their most melodic exploration yet.

The thing about Yokobus is, regardless of his outrageous ability to design, produce, and certainly party harder than most. He's just a Regular Guy. Something he really wants you to know in the EP's first track, greeting his listeners with melodic stabs that weave through empty space before the track's titular 'guy' requests nothing more than a groove. Of course, Yokobus takes absolute pleasure in obliging with an undeniably punchy low-end that whips out of the spaced-out haze and into solid, shape-cutting jams.

Taking a darker turn, Nativo's primal, groaning bass rolls into the EP's titular track with an ominous tone, only to be outdone by a haunting melody that signals there is a lot more to come. Finally, the call of the wild beckons it's victims into a trap of twisting percussion and grinding pads that drive this glitchy groover home.

Conspiracy's own Nate-ure Boy steps back out of the jungle and into the spotlight for a thumping remix of his Italian brother's first offering to the label. With his signature teched-out flair, Nate S.U takes Regular Guy and makes it anything but regular (and that's not to say it was to begin with). A crisp introduction playing off Yokobus' melodic dissertation in the original mix is abruptly interrupted with the biggest bass line we've heard thus far from Nate, complimented by perfectly wobbly highs and a snappy hat that make this the perfect roller.