Eli Escobar has just released, ‘Once I Was Young’ EP on his label Night People NYC. The release arrives as a mix of 11 deeper club tracks and ambient works – a much more leftfield side to his productions. The EP sees Eli continue to draw on the wider realms of his electronic influences.
It’s out on his own label, ‘Night People NYC’ which has allowed Eli to put his own twist on the NYC soundtrack, he aims to join the dots between yesterday’s golden era, today’s club anthems and emotive personal works.
A possible representation of New York Nightlife, Eli apparently is a devoted collector, explorer, and connoisseur of all kinds of music from hip-hop roots, Afrobeat’s, disco and melodic electronica.
He is apparently well-respected in the New York club circuit after over two decades of ‘mutual’ love for the city and its club scene, with releases on labels like Phonica, Strictly Rhythm, & Classic Music Co.
From the floaty ambience of ‘Summers Almost Gone’ to moody EBM on ‘Dryer’, the EP aims to demonstrate and explore the range of his musical personality.