Desert Hearts staple RYBO delivers first official EP of 2022, ‘Survive’
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If there’s anyone who knows how to throw the dance floor into complete mayhem, it’s RYBO. So it’s quite fitting the Los Angeles-based rising artist is set to lead the rambunctious Desert Hearts release calendar in 2022 via the Survive EP. RYBO kicks off the new year with two originals, as well as an official remix from Eskuche.
The EP opens with a delicious title tune that only a DH member could cook up. “Survive” also represents the experimental, upstart energy that RYBO flourishes in delivering. Whether in headphones or transmitted to the masses on the dance floor, the title track explores the fun, yet introspective side of RYBO’s production. “Say It” continues with the expeditious BPM, offering concussive shakers and a popping kick drum. On “Come On,” the vocalist beckons, harkening on the EP theme of wondrous expansion in dance sounds and the fortuitous calls of DH for listeners to feel out the vibe for themselves.
The EP is rounded out by a remix of “Say It” from renowned producer/DJ, Eskuche. The Russian-born, New York-based artist is known for his signature house cuts characterized by growling basslines and resonating drum patterns, which has earned him support from tastemakers such as Marco Carola, Jamie Jones, DH co-founder Lee Foss, Laurent Garnier, Maya Jane Coles, and many more. His remix offers up a more progressive, journey feel to the original, and further supports Survive as a top-notch DH release to kick off the year.
The young, up-and-coming RYBO has been a staple member of the Desert Hearts family for the past three years, taking part in not only the festival itself, but also a number of one-off parties, showcases, and City Hearts tour stops. With every performance, his reputation proceeds him as he’s able to bring forth a legendary amount of energy and infectious spirit behind the decks that are primed for late-night debauchery. With more performances and music in sight, expect to see RYBO elevating himself to new heights in the months to come.
Desert Hearts looks to celebrate 10 years this spring when Desert Hearts Festival moves into its new venue of Lake Perris, California. Be sure to look out for a RYBO set and listen to his Survive EP in full now.
RYBO – Survive EP
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