From Huddersfield, United Kingdom, Jamie Harper's new track titled, "Here and Now," is a soulful future bass tune. Featuring lovely vocals from Isaac, the singer starts with soft dark harmonies to then break into a delightful chorus. It's a simple and light-hearted song that will make your day brighter with every note.
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BARON LANTEIGN Written by: Zebrina Garcia If anyone is pushing the elements of visual art, it's Canadian resident, Baron Lanteigne. His digital practice holds your attention to different elements of perspective by using tools of video, sound, programming, and electronics. Diving into a virtual realm of his imagination, each project consists of ambitious human and digital conversions. Lanteigne progressively reforms the way art can be applied, digested, and displayed. For our next MEDIUM feature, read about Baron Lanteigne's journey in his artistic development and process. How long have you been creating art? idk What is your typical process for creating a virtually immersive piece? A typical animation requires the artist to frame the action and only create what is within the frame. This type of framing allows for very strong storytelling because every frame introduces a meaningful element or event and each frame is isolated from the other by a cut. In m
"TIRED OF PRETENDING" - SLOW SHUDDER (MISTERRCHA REMIX) London producer, MisterrCha, grants us with a groovy remix of Slow Shudder's "Tired of Pretending" from our SYNTHESIS VOL.1 compilation! With upbeat drum structure and juggling the singer/producer Slow Shudder's vocals, the remix brings an islander bounce to the original. MisterrCha brings in his own flavor of yummy bass and tasty vocal chops to blend together for a delicious sound. The melody is transformed into a popping style of a house and breakdance blend to tingle the dancing joints in your body! Take a listen below as we proudly present MisterrCha's remix of "Tired of Pretending"!! Follow MisterrCha on: SoundCloud Twitter Follow Slow Shudder: SoundCloud Twitter Cover by: @DEVONDIGITAL_
HEADACHE Written by: Zebrina Garcia Max reist catapults a colorful new EP titled, headache , into the ears of listeners. Splashing with chimes, bops, rings, acoustic guitar, and rich musical structure, headache is composed of vocals by max himself, as well as a brief feature from his lovely partner Abby, in the cover of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Gimmie Love." The wholesome vibrations and eccentric sound design make the EP standout brightly as max's first official project. Tracks like "stripes" and EP titled track "headache" break through the norms of electronic music. The variety of textures and sounds emulate max as an artist who tears down walls to audibly give listeners a sweet taste of his imagination. Each track is different from the other but somehow all fit into a nicely blended flow. Below read through our Q&A with max reist who voices out his journey in creating headache ! Available for stream on: Spotify SoundCloud Bandca