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Roger Sanchez - Release Yourself 737 (with Fovus Loir) (04-12-2015)

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Roger Sanchez - Release Yourself 737 (with Fovus Loir) (04-12-2015)
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His DJ shows have also gone into overdrive across all five continents, demonstrating a growing hunger for his characteristic take on house music. In the club he mixes up the likes of new stars Dusky and Huxley with the next level, underground gems he sources from labels and producers across the world, crafted with the kind of experience that only comes from two decades of DJing. The same fervent, crate-digging attitude hes always been known for can also be found on his radio show, where he champions new talent and obscure tracks he picks up on his travels, having first roadtested them in the booth.
His label, UNDR THE RADR, launched in 2014 with his own Dangerous Thoughts track (under his S-Man guise), also saw the collaboration Drop The Needle with Man Without A Clue & Kevin Knapp. The collaborations with Huxley (The Calling) and Tough Love (In The Name Of Love) followed suit, continuing the theme of exploring new ground that was shown with his Amour single for Riva Starrs Snatch label.
These tracks have not always been under his own name, though. Roger has released music under a slew of monikers, including S-Man, Roger S., The Nu-Solution, Underground Solution, DV8, Ego Trip, El Mariachi, The Funkjunkeez, Tribal Infusion, Twilight, and Transatlantic Soul amongst others. Each new name has allowed him to push his music in unique yet blended directions, allowing him to carve parallel and weaving paths through the tastes of the times while enjoying opportunities to break out of the known.
Anyone whos DJd knows that you have to put in work, both to sharpen your skills and to find those unique cuts that no one else has. Early on, Roger became a dedicated crate digger, searching for obscure samples and break beats in influential NYC record stores like Rock & Soul and Vinylmania.
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