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Jawoo EP - Security Reasons

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Published on Jul 3, 2012

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Wildlife 651-0
Jawoo EP
1. Somewhere in Toronto
2. Security Reasons
3. Toy Story

Jawoo presents his debut EPon the Wildlife EP, featuring the tracks "Somewhere in Toronto", "Security Reasons" and "Toy Story".

Jawoo a.k.a. Marinko Vujevi was born 25 June, 1989 in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina. His first experience with a wide audience was when he was about 14 years old. By that time he started working as a DJ in one of the clubs in his hometown. As a beginner he played a wide sound palette of genres from techno, tech house, progressive house and even R'n'B and hip-hop. Later he switched to electronic dance music. Nowadays playing mostly electro, techno and tech house he still tries to focus on the deeper and more melodious sounds. Now showing off his skills in a brand new EP, Jawoo shows the competition that an enticing blend of techno and tech house still gets the party rocking.

The cuts "Somewhere in Toronto", "Security Reasons" and "Toy Story" almost seem to have been produced as one unique composition spread over three different tracks. Techno and tech house DJs will be nicely surprised to discover Jawoo's skills to use a classic type of TB-303 bassline and combine it with some seriously driving percussion and slightly club like beats. Absolute killer material for this coming season.

Supported by: Stefan K, Roog/Hardsoul, The Scumfrog, Dimitri Kechagias, Tom Leclercq, Mario Rybanksi (Dance One Radio) and many more!

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