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Ian Bc "Better You"


Our second release is coming from artist of Playa del Carmen, MEX. Ian Bc now delivers an original work full of groove, techy sounds and dark vocals, a nice tune for the dancefloors, includes a remix from our label boss Zalaz, a nice house track rich in chords.

Short Facts

2017-02-21 (Juno)
2017-02-07 (Beatport)
2017-02-21 (Traxsource)
Drum Society (Juno)
Drum Society (Beatport)
Drum Society (Traxsource)
DS002 (Juno)
DS002 (Beatport)
DS002 (Traxsource)

Tracklist (Single)

1 :
Better You (Original Mix) (06:12 / 120 BPM)
Ian Bc
Tech House
listen track
2 :
Better You (Zalaz Remix) (06:23 / 121 BPM)
Ian Bc, Zalaz
Tech House
listen track

Biography Zalaz

Everyone but none aka Zalaz is a DJ / producer whose focus is to deliver obscure sounds and is devoted to maintain sexy and groovy sounds. He never imitates and always concentrates on creating his unique sound. Originally from Texas but now living in the Mexican Caribbean Playa del Carmen, Mexico where he has demonstrated his 15 years experience behind the decks and 7 years professionally producing having residencies in clubs such as Diablito cha cha cha and La Mezcalinna.

He has two projects, as Zalaz and everyone but none, where he has released more than 30 eps including original works and remixes signing tracks with labels like Arabica, stereophonic, and progrezo. His passion for music has made him a track collector for more than a decade and with that in mind it has made him very precise when it comes to choosing the correct records for the dancefloor.

His motivation is to attract those who truly believe and enjoy dark melancholic groovy sounds, as well for those who believe that their night out dancing is endless and like to be hypnotized with music. Zalaz has his own philosophy when it comes to preparing for his gigs. For him, its essential to prepare days or even weeks before getting behind the decks. He likes to acknowledge the crowd and the direction the party is heading whether it’s for a warm-up or at peaking hours; “it’s important to be multifaceted”, in small venues or festivals.

Drum Society / Tech House

Tech House
574 (100%)
513 (89%)
367 (63%)
Deep House
346 (60%)
92 (16%)

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{do the hip!} // house • minimal • techno

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