For Baaz, it's long been all about the music. Rolling out a house sound at once driving, narcotic and dreamy, he makes music sounds lived-in and classic but also crisply future-forward. Rather than rehash the past, he makes the present and future sound perfectly seasoned, like they've been hiding out in the attic all this time. It's a sound he pushes both in his recorded output-which has seen release through labels like Dan Bell's Elevate Recordings, Sthlmaudio Recordings, Quintessentials and Slices Of Life over the years-and in wide-ranging DJ sets throughout Europe, North America and Japan. In 2012, Baaz launched Office Recordings, a label not confined to any one musical genre or approach. Thus far, it's featured two EPs of warmly melodic house that find Baaz collaborating with fellow travelers like Iron Curtis and Soulphiction, as well as continuing to hone his craft.
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