What's this new craze with adding obscure, irrelevant labels to your genre? I mean I have to admit, I've included this description in multiple write ups I have recently taken on. But, that's only by reading the description set by the maker. Is this an actual derivative of what your music is? Or is it a track made in the "future" brought back to the past by you, therefore you have the right to post it? Artists need to bring forth new styles by executing them, not utilizing labels like "Future _______". One man who understands this is Bearson, a Norwegian producer who only uses one word to label his music: Tropical.
Today Bearson released a new remix of The Lighthouse and the Whaler's "Venice" and it is solid as a rock. When I was contacted to review the track, the only hint I got about it was "It's the happiest song in the world." I agree. Bearson takes house records to a new platform, ridding of the commonly deep, trance, and sometimes dark style of the genre. His last edit of "Here With Me" was gorgeous, but I believe The Lighthouse and the Whaler's vocals fit seamlessly with the light-hearted spirit in Bear's music. He's executing his unique style in a way that needs no trending label. It just is the future.
Take a listen to Bearson's edit of "Venice" below
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- Next Wave Records
- September 15