Famous for his entertaining Yacht Week performances, the confident Pierce Fulton hailing from the United States, has finally released his first EP on CR2 Records. It’s not every day that you’ll find an American EDM producer that dishes out multiple quality tracks at once, with a few exceptions of course (Kaskade). It took some time for us to recover from Fulton’s enormous remix of MYNC, Ron Carroll, and Dan Castro’s “Don’t Be Afraid.” Now, the anticipated EP has met and even surpassed some of our expectations especially with the variety of styles he has managed to master between the three tracks.
“Pardon My French,” leads the EP showcasing Pierce Fulton’s incredible electro-house abilities. Driven with immensely powerful bass lines that are distorted to perfection, Fulton adds high pitched electro-synths turning the track into nothing less than a pure BANGER!
Next up is “Lay Right Here,” which offers more pleasant and beautiful instrumentals. This is the kind of track that is reminiscent of picnics on the beach, drinking wine, and witnessing pretty sunsets. With a soft yet touching bass line, and emotional piano harmonies flowing through the song, “Lay Right Here” is perfect for all the romancers out there.
By far the most progressive and trancey of the three, and coming from such a young and upcoming producer, “For Me” could have fooled us as being produced by superstars like Funkagenda or Sander van Doorn. Pierce Fulton has been able to maturely create underground rolling beats and pounding drums as if progressive/trance was strictly his style.