It's official: Grandtheft hit us real hard with his latest release. The Montreal-based producer and DJ released Quit This City via Mad Decent, and the product is something to be paid attention to. A multidimensional, multi-genre spanning work throughout 6 expansive tracks, Grandtheft proves his electro house style is both versatile and amenable to many different situations. Collaborating with artists all across the map from the harder Sleepy Tom to electronica's latest fascination, Brasstracks, the diversity on Quit This City is impressive. "All The Way Up" is a stand out, with a true electronica feel accented by Brasstrack's signature horns, hip hop-influenced beats and soothing vocals from Lia Ices. Check out the whole EP for yourself below.
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Grandtheft also just released the video for the EP's title track, featuring an emotional reality check of a video.