As one of his nation’s more eclectic breakouts of the past two years, Pierce Fulton has made sparing yet wholehearted leaps and bounds in the name of electronic music. Off the heels of remix duties for Atlas Genius, the North American talent is back on Cr2 Records to follow-up ‘Sink Or Swim’ with another vocal delight. With his stimulus rooted to the sound of modern electro house for round four of his label offerings, the accompaniment of renowned vocal asset Polina makes “Where We Were” a quality addition to the young producer’s discography. With subtle radio-flavor, the track’s upfront energy and melodic edge make for the epitome of the dual assets Fulton has balanced considerably well throughout his short yet triumphant recording career. Packing enough differentiating factors to keep him considerably ahead of the competition, Fulton’s latest escapade adds to a quality track record for young talents across the overcrowded shores of North American club land. (more…)Posted by
Getting weird and staying weird, Pierce Fulton has returned to the studio for his next homemade offering. On his forthcoming “Where We Were,” the young yet seasoned artist enlists Polina for vocal duties and the singer exceeds expectations in her supporting role. Captivating serenade sets precedent for Fulton’s crisp chords and percussion, cultivating a well-rounded production fitting for big room classification while appealing to an intimate setting. Pierce and Polina’s “Where We Were” is slated to hit Beatport on August 5th courtesy of Cr2 Records.Posted by
With his latest release “Open Your Heart” via Ultra Records, Jimmy Carris breaks through rookie hype. The Dutch neophyte comes equipped with deep plunging synth patterns and an array of airy chords — a juxtaposition suitable for producers twice his age. Vocally, Jimmy calls upon “Night Like This” singer Polina, lacing enchanting lyrics in all the right places . One time guest mix selectee for Dancing Astronaut’s Axis, Carris has found his stride to become an artist to watch for the remainder of the year.
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Young Dutchman Jimmy Carris is finding his niche with a clean electronic sound, and he’s one week away from dropping a breakthrough record. Following a recent guest mix for Dancing Astronaut’s Axis, Jimmy takes to the studio for “Open Your Heart,” a progressive gem with a distorted but heartfelt zest. Lead by the vocal enchantment of Polina, the singer responsible for Laidback Luke’s “Night Like This,” the dance record has a radio friendly persona with an extended mix appeal.
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Representing the uprising talent coming from Russia, Archie has delivered an uplifting progressive track called “Here and Now.” Featured on the track is the famous vocalist Polina who has worked closely with artists like Angger Dimas, Afrojack, and more. “Here and Now” is a chilled out summer track with inspirational vocals about taking advantage of the moment and not pushing things off, which is something we could all learn from. Topping off the layers of elegant chord play, Archie uses an electro based groovy outro and ends the track with great creativity.
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Just one day after serving up his remix of MARTEL’s “Ricochet” for free, Laidback Luke posted two versions of his latest production, “Night Like This,” on his Soundcloud. This time around, Luke fuses his signature Dutch style with the unique sound of rising Indonesian producer Angger Dimas and the mesmerizing vocals of Polina. The main mix is a big room production that features a mainstream sound with a building synth progression, while the club mix offers the familiar Dutch synth break we’ve come to associate with Laidback Luke. Give both a listen after the break and stay tuned for the July 30th release date.
French producer Michael Canitrot has just released his brand new single, “Right On Me.” Huge synths and a heavy bass contribute to Polina’s stunning vocals to make this an essential addition to your summer playlist. This is out on iTunes now along with a remix from TV Noise. We look forward to hearing more from this talented Parisian!
Our first experience at the Cosmic Opera was less than stellar; despite having all the elements of an amazing show, it simply didn’t come together as it should have. The venue, the music, and the production were all there, but the lack of a real story line and its awkward progression left most people unsatisfied. From the moment I walked into Hammerstein Ballroom for Act II — “Imbroglio” — however, I got the sense that the event had definitely stepped its game up. A green laser hanging from the ceiling of the space displayed beams of light in all directions, a gigantic claw chandelier hung right next to it, and the bass was thumping: it was time to see if Cosmic Opera had finally figured itself out.