Laissez Fiare EP
NCT011 - 7 original Tracks
Over the past couple years Sanctuary has made his imprint on the local scene and beyond with some notable DJ performances, a handful of singles gaining international support from a Noctilux beloved in the form of Doctor Jeep; being showcased in a FKOF mix. Along with his tastefully tribal and moody debut EP: ‘Laid Off’ teaming up with contributor and long time friend: @wolfcamo. If you’ve ever set foot inside a deep bass arena downtown Calgary there’s an outside chance you’ve already heard a heater or two of his being rinsed from one of our many astute selectors in the city, as much of his work has been appropriately well received within the community thus far.
Turning now to his latest project and first solo EP: ‘Laissez-faire’ a term used in politics that means stepping back, and letting things naturally follow the trajectory they’re meant to take. This concept appears to be unswervingly channeled throughout the record, allowing embryonic ideas to evolve patiently. Painting dark, rudimentary soundscapes- Compiling into conjugated complexity. Sanctuary has been hard at work this year tuning his technical and creative prowess alike and it doesn’t go overlooked. Also, I would be remised if I didn’t mention the mastering work on these tunes are some of the most exceptional I’ve personally heard from a Calgary producer. With heavyweight tracks that span the breadth of all our favourite realms, we are certain that this latest release will have something affable on it for each and every.