Eskuche returns to Farris Wheel with the trippy tech house thumper Time Machine.
Since his debut a decade ago, Miami-based Eskuche has created a legacy that stretches across house music’s most distinguished taste-making imprints and fabled stages. Effortlessly capturing the ephemeral qualities of Miami, New York, and Ibiza (all cities he’s called home), his sound drips with slippery percussion and raw soul-snatching basslines.
A true favorite of the underground elite, Eskuche’s supporters are just as varied as his sound design, including everyone from Maya Jane Coles to Four Tet, Jamie Jones to Sasha, Green Velvet to Marco Carola, and Roger Sanchez to Gorgon City—who in 2022 released “Turn The Lights” on their label REALM, spending a month in the Beatport Top 100.
Eskuche now returns to Gene Farris’s Farris Wheel with new cut Time Machine alongside Amanda Haze with whom he previously collaborated on 2020’s Bass Face on Relief. Time Machine is vintage Eskuche, combining trippy, synth-led loops with punchy drums, powerful, subby bassline and headspinningly satisfying drop.
“I think this release is great and I’m happy to have my brother back on Farris Wheel! This I will definitely be playing in my sets all summer, it’s a super vibe i can’t wait to see the reaction from everyone when I play it in New York with Gray Area!” Gene Farris
Consistently motivated by the changing face of house music, Eskuche’s rolling basslines and acid-tech aesthetic are beginning to give way to even broader, sometimes more melodic proclivities. The artist’s aim to further push the underground led to the foundation of his new label Passion—taking its name from his hit record—where he hopes to add more fuel to his already breakneck release schedule, and find new ways to pay forward the immense support he’s received from industry peers.