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Loöq is proud to present another pair of tracks from one of the most talented and versatile producers we know. Both tracks are downtempo, yet each plays with energy that exceeds their speed. The title track is thick and bottom heavy, yet floaty, with an intensity that springs from layer upon layer of harmonious soundscapes. Infinite is the darker of the two, with roiling waves that combine percussion, vocal, and bass into one physical force. Both tracks are thoroughly modern yet, if transported back in time, sound as if they might appear on a classic mix of the Northern Exposure ilk.

Marshall (Shane) Watson is an accomplished electronic music producer and remixer. During the 90s, while living in New Orleans, he discovered electronic music through acts like Orbital, Rabbit in the Moon and DJs Sasha, John Digweed and Chris Fortier. During this time in New Orleans he befriended progressive house icon, Pete Lazonby and through a series of existential music conversations between the two, (and a short stint promoting a DJ night with Pete by the Mississippi River) Marshall began his production career.

In 1999 he moved to Seattle and was heavily inspired by 2000 era Morr Music artists like Herrmann & Kleine, Lali Puna and Ulrich Schnauss, and some serious rainfall. In 2004 he released his first album The Time Was Later Than He Expected, on the Sheffield label, Highpoint Lowlife. He continued to release music with Highpoint Lowlife, including one more album and several singles on various compilations before relocating again to San Francisco in 2009. Connecting with Loöq Records in 2013 at the long standing Qoöl Happy Hour, he signed his EP Do Want What You, which was supported by the likes of Sasha, Chris Fortier and Hernan Cattaneo. Since then, Marshall has remixed some of Loöq Records' finest artists, including Jondi & Spesh, Mark Slee and MOMU.

In 2016 he released the Sitting Near Dreaming EP an ambient work on the Barcelona Label, Seven Villas Voyage, sister label to Seven Villas. HIs third album, I'd Rather Be In Space, was released on Loöq Records in early 2017, Marshall lives in San Francisco with his wife and two cats. He is the owner and Music Director of Marshall Watson Music, and a composer for Swell Music and Sound.


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