Yagé by Larhythmix
Initially spurred from making short guitar—lick loops, Lee first used GarageBand to put beats underneath. Influenced by friends using Logic Pro, the jump was soon made to a professional DAW. Some years later, once music production seemed more than a fleeting hobby, Lee bought headphones and studio monitors. Unfortunately, this gave light to the poor audio production done on low-end earbuds, so the decision was made to scrap everything and start again, leading to the first official release in 2013 (Faith EP). The style has since developed from a more traditional trip-hop sound, to one that often incorporates heavier electronic and bass elements, influenced by the likes of trap, drum and bass and bass music.