When it comes to being anonymous as an artist, very few acts have perfected it quite like legends Daft Punk, and most recently marshmello. Another artist following in their footsteps and letting the music speak for itself is Yabculture. Keeping his identity unknown, this emerging talent has decided to strip back all identity and let his music do the talking. Once you take a listen to his music, you realize that this artist doesn’t need any gimmicks, producing clever and unique tracks from the heart.
For his latest outing, Yabculture is treating us to an amazing album titled ‘Walks With Baxter’. Based in Charleston, SC, Yabculture‘s latest work is a variety bag full of electronic goodness. Opening up with ‘Call Me On The Telephone‘, Yabculture sets the tone for an amazing album. This deep house single perfectly showcases his grooviness. He follows that up in nice fashion by switching styles towards a more mellow chill singles in ‘Sunday Walks With Baxter’ and ‘Late Night Walks With Baxter’. He returns to a groovy sound on ‘Complicated’. Again wanting to showcase his diversity, Yabculture experiments with breakbeat and house hybrid sounds on ‘19%’, ‘Today Is Tomorrow’, and ‘Spring Weather’. The album is then topped off perfectly with the stunning single ‘Bow’.
Showing no signs of slowing down in the near future, Yabculture is gearing up for a busy month with another album dropping before the month is over. Yet another reason why you should be following this artist and keeping a close eye on him.
Stream this album below.