A little bit of this, a little bit of that, is the best way to describe the sounds that Ejeca has honed into his own productions. Hailing from a small place called Glengormley, on the outskirts of Belfast, it was the gift of a keyboard when he was 10 that he first got the buzz for the music. Gaining inspiration from the local scene in Belfast a few years later, he remembers his first proper night aged 15 where he saw DJ sneak at the local night Shine. Ejeca says it was this night that has inspired a lot of youngsters locally to get into house and techno, hence why the local scene is blossoming with a wide variety of talent.
Ejeca has established himself as one of the hottest names in garage-laced house music, although it wouldn’t be correct to categorise him exclusively into this movement. Ignoring the trends, you never quite know what to expect from Ejeca’s releases, remixes or bootlegs. Some are techno, some are straight house, and some are slower, deeper and more experimental soundscapes. Whatever the bpm or style you can be sure that there is a floaty, hedonistic signature sound that is instantly recognisable as the Ejeca hallmark. Word’s can’t describe what this is, so probably best if you listen for yourself.
You can download the WAV of Ejeca V Bicep (Ejeca Night Version) here for free.
It was released just last month and offers a moody twist on the previous version…
You can listen to the original released on Aus music here, which is a much slower piece…
LWE presents Mixed
The last weekend of every month
54 Holywell Lane
30th January 2014
10pm – 4am
In Association with Mixcloud, Point Blank and Fact Mag.