At the tender age of fifteen, house producer Unchained Zebra has already wowed us with his impressive skill at the decks. His first release, Find It, which surfaced in February, created feelings of nostalgia with its familiar rhythms and melodies that replicated those of the 90s house movement.
Influenced by DJ Sneak, Gene Farris, Trouble Men, and Le Knight Club, Unchained Zebra shouldn’t surprise you, as he builds similar hooks and progressive elements as those aforementioned. However, in his most recent Go! Tracks EP, the young musician still manages to stay true to his individuality as an artist.
Continuing to embody elements of upbeat disco and funk, the french house wonderkid dives even deeper into a creative space, crafting releases of both complexity and simplicity. Take Pheelin’ Good and Camberwell, for example. Whereas Camberwell is pleasantly compressed and slow in progression, Pheelin’ Good maintains a huge amount of body, plunging directly into the groove.
Frankly, this spry, disco virtuoso is definitely worth keeping an eye on, so tune in below and show your support!