2012-04-04T14:22:11+00:00 2012-04-04T13:41:35+00:00

Introducing: Giddy


Giddy has been seen on Earmilk before with his Prog single "Triumph" and even more recent with his remix of "Last Day on Earth" which he produced with Martin Giuffre. His Progressive House has yet to be formally introduced on Earmilk so today, I'm introducing Giddy. Giddy's sound, when I originally found out about this 22 year old Klaipeda native, had me perplexed. He uses accelerating peaks and troughs to create ambient builds but then comes crushing down with  aggressive sounds and distorted beats on the drop. After searching his soundcloud for a while listening to several of his tracks and previews, I thought I had his sound all figured out until I heard some of his latest work, which is what I'm bringing you today. With hard hitting beats and uplifting rhythms, Giddy is sure to work his way into the scene of House music in 2012 and is a name to keep your eye on. 

Giddy has been DJ'ing for 8 years now and you can see his production as it's grown from smaller simpler tunes to full blown Acid House tracks with layered synths and vocals creating a complex soundscape. One of his latest works "Collapse" is a prime example of a uplifting melodic build that turns into an acid mix of prog and deep bassy vocals. "Stomp!" is a heavier track then the first taking on a lofty drum pattern with a high synth working in and out through Giddy's euphoric beat. "Riser" on the other hand sticks to a classic Progressive house build that shows off Giddy's original colours when making layering anxious builds then changes the whole track with an acid prog drop. All 3 tracks are going to be on Giddy's upcoming EP.  

Stansa is another track that really stands out and shines, beaming Swedish House Mafia all over it.  It's main build works itself a massive intro into a gentler drop that layers itself back up to another massive build. 

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