DNAEBEATS’ long awaited follow up album to 2010’s “Secrets Worth Dying For” is finally ready for the masses and its a surefire smasher!
The sound of “Tangled in Technology” takes the foundation of hip hop and dubstep beats that DNAE is known for and builds upon it, taking influences from juke, trap and house to give you a varied and exciting ride as you listen through the album. Some standout tracks include the boomin’ trap monster “Octagon,” the lurching blapper “Burrrr So Icey,” the chopped vocal sample laden “Gurl On Girl,” the uplifting housey vibes of “Atomic Riddim” and the poppy dubstep song “Turn it Out” featuring vocalist Mary Ann.
Currently “Tangled In Technology” is the #1 bestselling “bass” album on Juno Download, we are super hype about this and thank you for all your support!
Besides Juno, you can now get this album at all fine digital music outlets, including the ones below and many more.
DNAEBEATS has been a force to be reckoned with on the underground scene for years. A San Francisco based artist who’s developed a unique sound and style all his own, DNAEBEATS (aka Patrick Sexton), has an extensive resume in both the electronic and hip hop scenes. Besides being producer and tour DJ for Gift of Gab’s (of Blackalicious) Escape 2 Mars, he’s worked with MCs MF Grimm, Quannum Projects, Psalm One, Mistah FAB and more. His rigorous touring schedule has brought his music to international audiences and his live producer sets are highly regarded (including a recent collab performance with Prefuse 73). DNAE has been featured in XLR8R, EQ Magazine, Knwoledge Magazine, Beatportal, Low End Theory, J’aime Le Dubstep, Resident Advisor and more.