The thing that closely describes what Yeah Left has been up to since he began DJing is uncontrollably high percentage of versatility he shows when it comes to musical genres. Started with hip hop as basic genre in his sets, dirty french electro soon followed up; shortly after that he continued to expand his musical interest with an essence of electronica and more and more hyped glitch. His production exudes unpredictability – he is one of those DJ’s you cannot manage to easily keep track of.
Having on mind that he barely had sixteen years when he stood behind the mixing deck for the first time, quickly he demonstrated his ability to reign production skills and so, by the age of 20, he released his first independent single, called ”747”.
Soon, new wave of production emerges with brand new singles ”Kalorifer”, ”Fill The Mirror” as well as remixes of Tone Loc and Royce da 5’9”.
Emphasizing DJ Premier as the person who had the biggest influence on him, all Yeah Left’s later works are more or less a product of perennial self-analysis as well as an attempt to merge his vision of hip hop with a modern eletronic sound, making an unpredictable fusion of genres that, later on, describes him the most.
When it comes to gigging, it could be said that Yeah Left’s exquisite sense for choosing the right places and events never went wrong. That way he managed to exclude himself from the notorious term ‘weekend dj’ and, in addition to successful parties with organisations such as AlterNacija, Elektrana and Sicko Disko, performances at Exit Festival 2010/2011 stand as favorite ones.
Although he’s one of the youngest DJ’s on the scene, Yeah Left already hosts two radio shows. He achieves his first experience of this type with the edition called ‘Yeah, Left!’ on internet radio Elektrana, and shortly after that, initiates the series called ‘Off Beat’ which is part of a project called HNS stream, sponsored by Happynovisad organization.
Now he has an Ep out titled Compliments and you can grab that here for free.