Canadian bred and Detroit inspired Marc Houle has made a name for himself over the years as both a forward thinking techno producer and a one-off live experience creator. His take on Vector Lovers’ “Computerfnk” shows his ability to layer full-body sounds in a tasteful manner — making a thrilling techno track with thrusting progression and gritty chord sequences. The spacey vibe that is created is something that will work wonders in a live setting – allowing the listener to enjoy the sonic elements and deep drops.
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