CHEE Warps Your Mind With Intense “Quarter Inch” EP via Deadbeats

Over some time now, the reign of CHEE has quickly developed as the prolific beatmaker has overwhelmed listeners with his intense and engulfing basslines. Since erupting into the scene, Chee has gained support from Noisia, Amon Tobin, DJ Craze, Mat Zo, Culprate, G Jones and more. Continuously pushing musical boundaries, the enigmatic producer goes all in on his “Quarter Inch” EP.

Recently named an artist to watch by Billboard Dance, you’ll soon begin to understand the hype as he unveils the next bit of artillery in his repertoire. The 5 tracks of experimentation showcased within the entire project are deliberately aggressive and it’s quickly transforming our impressions of the South African producer.

“Been working on my Quarter Inch EP for a little over a year now. It’s a 5 track, dance-floor heavy piece of work. Some of these songs I’ve been working on for years, but never really had the confidence to share until now. After the last two singles, I’m grateful this project found a home at Deadbeats. Hope everyone enjoys this from start to finish.” – CHEE





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