(its) prints, Digital Music and EDM Performer Under the Streets of New York City

Bronx based musician (its) prints lists his genre on Facebook as ethereal subterranea, a rather confusing answer to the age-old question “what do you sound like?”. It is tough to pinpoint his style though, pulling in elements of ambient, atmospheric space, sometimes with electronic dance music beats, sometimes with lyrics and samples, but all good. The New LoFi recently saw (its) prints in Union Square station and wrote up a nice piece about the performer.

Hailing from bronx, David aptly describes his sound as “music that makes you stop and miss your train.” In the past year he’s branched out from his live performances in the Subway to produce a few mini-mixes and reworks of popular songs.

For more of (its) prints work, check SoundCloud.

via The New LoFi

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