Blue or red pill? It’s an interesting question. Lewd Behavior is unquestionably a red pill person.
In the studio he is meticulous and on stage he is outrageous. His production sonics replicate the noise that a seriously perturbed Godzilla would make rising from the ocean depths to see who was pissing on his flowers. If Lewd Behavior had never heard of drum and bass, you could explain the concept to him, go to bed, wake up eight hours later and he’d be sitting on top of the most jaw dropping pile of drum and bass anthemic glory you would have ever heard. He’d look you dead in the eye, declare he knew drum and bass, then start a kung fu fight with you – hey, at least you’d still be in your pyjamas!
Lewd Behavior (aka Wyatt Compagna) might be a new name to the bass music scene, but he’s quickly solidifying his spot among the best. After appearing as the first release of Yo Dawg Recordings, he gained widespread support and attention from the likes of Diplo, Bassnectar, Stanton Warriors, Nick Thayer, JFB and many more internationally recognised bass music symbols.
Don’t believe us ?
“Liking the sounds. Look forward to more” – Featurecast
“Great Club Tracks” – DJ Yoda
‘Good Festival Material” – Utah Saints
“Cool Vibes” – FreqNasty
“Heavy” – Ed Solo
“Yes I Like” – Daddy G (Massive Attack)
Currently locked away in the studio perfecting his summer show and working on a stack of official remixes and original tracks for labels like Ghetto Funk, Punks & Instant Vibes. Its going to a busy year for this rising new star and by the end of 2013 everyone will know the name Lewd Behaviour.
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