h2the merges 80s synths and layered beats from producer Erez ‘Diwon’ Safar (Bonhom, Dreams in Static, Tyrone Gosling, etc.), brought to life through dynamic visuals and sound.

URB Magazine wrote that “Safar is something else…in a profound kind of way,” calling his sound titillating and “juicy for the ears,” while The Village Voice described his productions as “adventurous and banging.”

2DOPEBOYZ and Vibe Magazine’s allhiphop.com have also noted h2the’s rap flips of 80′s inspired sonics. It’s the producer as auteur as every track takes you through the emotional space of the artist, like Kanye or Godard.

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“80s synths and h2the’s signature layered beats come together in a sampling of epicness, appropriately dubbed, Taste Of The” – Guy Emanuel


INFO: For h2the’s first release he drops a beat tape that is literally only available on cassette. Forcing fans to get out of their comfort zones, digest the music, and work a bit more heavily seems to be his brand’s raison d’être. In order for people other than analog enthusiasts to hear it, there is a digital-only teaser of the mixtape, which is its own release and is not simply a few moments from the mixtape. The teaser, called “Taste Of The” and is available as of today on Spotify, Apple Music and more.

* The full beat tape, running 20 minutes per side, with a limited run of 250 signed and numbered solid yellow cassettes, is available only on h2the’s site (www.h2the.com) and Bancs (www.shopbancs.com).

Check out h2the and Slvmber’s award winning remix of Jack Antonoff’s Bleachers single, “Don’t Take The Money’ available for streaming on the Bleachers Soundcloud, here. + 🎥 Watch the motion graphic video art by @all.in.a.gif {at} http://bit.ly/2tNxnda

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