December 9, 2012 -

Daily Beat Staff

OVERWERK is Edmund Huszar, 22-year old producer and songwriter from London, Canada. He released his first EP, The Nth °, on November 30 last year, and just ten days ago he released his second EP: After Hours.

Time and time again I have been impressed by the meticulousness of his production and the care he takes with the quality and sound design of his tracks. Each song of his is crafted with precision, and no sounds are left to chance or created by accident. After Hours shows a marked improvement in OVERWERK's production since The Nth ° and demonstrates his willingness to grow and mature as an artist. His name is an undoubtable testament to his work ethic. He takes you on a complex electronic journey with this EP, using crisp, fresh, clubby electro textures and hooks accompanied by steady 4/4 beats the entire way.

The best part? He gives all of his music out for FREE. So please support this underexposed artist and spare a few dollars for his art if you can. All of his Huszar's music can be found HERE

Hope you guys enjoy!

- Jaime


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