Timing is everything for an artist. Whether it be arranging the perfect date to release a new piece of music, or how many counts to come in on, almost all aspects of musical greatness stem from the artists' abilities to perform in the most evident "light".
I brought you "Joyride" from StéLouse back in late April and the response he garnered was enough to put the pedal to the medal on this EP revealing. Originally Ross Ryan, the multi-faceted young DJ released his debut EP, Home, in March of 2014 on Celldweller's newly found label, Subterra Records. Today Ryan premieres The City with high hopes and high hats, soaring off the Die High Records platform. We're given a considerate four total tracks on this one, each one packed with original instrumentation and flawless production.
Enjoy StéLouse's deep jungle, trappy, complex beats in The City. I'm extremely impressed by the authenticity so clearly heard in his take on dance music. He constantly switches structure and drops in new genres, keeping you on your toes, in literal fashion (dancing).
Take a listen now, and see more here.
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