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If you’re a tried and true fan of electronic music then the name Rob Garza should need know introduction. In case you aren’t though and you’re newer to all this, you should know Rob Garza is the leading man of Thievery Corporation—a band/collective out of DC that’s been making waves for nearly ten years with their distinct taste for house, downtempo, trip-hop, and the oft-maligned yet accurately titled “electronica” genre.

Now as a solo artist Rob Garza has done a bit more of his own thing while still remaining true to those TC roots. Recently, Mr. Garza uploaded a new track called “Re Mana,” and it’s a dark doozy. With vocalist Vasuda Sharma going in lyrically over a foreboding, acidic tech rhythm, Garza rightly summons the spirit of the far south east. Garza says, "The idea behind the words: We get restless or disappointed when things aren't the way we'd like them to be. in times like these, one has to remind oneself to have patience because, in the end along with hard word, it's patience that pays off.”

Truer words have never been spoken it seems. At over seven minutes, this is a long one, but c’est la vie, right? Chill out and ride this one through to it’s climax and come out the other side with a free download.