Upcoming progressive house producer Paris Blohm has been creating a buzz with his recent blitz of free music. After remixing Nervo and Hook N Sling’s “Reason” and outing a few originals, the LA-native has put his clean, sizable sound on the map. Blohm has returned with his latest effort, “You Were Here,” boasting the crisp chords and spellbinding synths that make him an impressive neophyte. Singer Angel Taylor and songwriter Mako give the track a special presence, but tune in for a taste of what Paris Blohm will be serving up this year.
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