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First EP from Shcaa on Trazable recordings with three original tracks and one remix from Faster. If we had to define this ep, would approach something like a journey of deep sounds, passing through all the styles in an exceptional way, with rhythms and textures of sublime quality. we go to a lovely deep and funky adventure taking us on a dark trippy hypnotizing journey that will lighten up any dance floor. BIOGRAPHY My name is Sacha Khalife aka Shcaa, I was born in Paris, I moved to different places in my life, and I am now living in London since a few years. What made me active into music was the 60's and 70's psychedelic and space rock with bands such as The Velvet Underground, Pink Floyd, The Doors. My electronic side at the time was not really oriented on the dance dimension but rather ambient and slightly experimental things with big discoveries like Boards of Canada, Brian Eno's ambient works, Aphex Twin or Burial. Later came the clubbier inspirations. I was always attracted by artists building peculiar but emotional notions around their grooves with in front people like Kuniyuki Takashi, Ricardo, Efdemin, Jank Jelinek, Fumiya Tanaka, Petre Inspirescu and many others. Besides that my musical life revolves around classical music, ambient and jazz now. If I had to give one notion about my music, I would really make the link with painting, as this is how I work my tracks, I don't make loops that much, I rather build them little by little, trying to follow some raw concepts of textures, lights and colors of sounds. A beat can be the necessary structure to hold a flow of sound and therefore gives freedom to use much more abstract sounds that will, beyond only harmonies, take their importance in their shapes and ability to generate subconscious ideas. I think it is really important to consider a rhythmic track not only through it's means of creating reactions in our mind but as something really existing, living by it's own, as a painting would do: it's there and tangible.