According to the press release, Faith Beat represents "subtlety, nuance and groove with a focus on meticulously crafted club tools" and will "serve as a vehicle for an uncompromising output of techno, house, and anything in between."
Elliott explains, "Now it's time for me to have my own label/baby. To release the music I want to whether it be from other artists I know and respect, or to give an opportunity to rising artists. I feel a strong need to do my own thing and to contribute now. And in a lot of ways, I feel like it’s a new chapter for me as an artist. Me becoming more of a producer and now a label owner, not just a DJ."
Check out clips of the EP, as well as its artwork, below.
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