The concept of Ten Walls is simple. A music driven project where the focus is moved away from the personality of the artist so that the music can more directly speak for itself.
And that concept seems to be working well so far. After first appearing on the scene in early 2013 with its debut “Gotham EP” on Innervisions, Ten Walls quickly became a sensation as Gotham became a staple of DJs worldwide. One of those ubiquitous tunes that you can’t escape but never seem to get enough of.
Now with its second EP, Ten Walls joins Life And Death with a follow up that sits perfectly with the ever evolving yet quite distinct Life And Death sound. An EP that takes artistic experimentation and meshes it with a technical prowess that translates to music that works equally as well on the dance floor as it does off of it.