DRM marks an important step for Visionquest, the idiosyncratic artist collective and label centered around Seth Troxler. The album produced by the French-American duo Cesar Merveille and Ryan Crosson will not only be the first LP on the label, it also brings a new musical direction into the fold of the party-loving Visionquest gang: Jazzy, experimental and not necessarily made with the dancefloor in mind. We met up with Merveille & Crosson in Berlin to talk about the upcoming release.

Visionquest will release DRM on November 19, 2012.


Video: Groove TVMerveille & Crosson talk „DRM“
Filmed, directed & edited by: Maren Sextro


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