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Andres Sierra Shares About Production Process, Future Plans, And Music [Exclusive Interview]

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We recently covered Andres Sierra’s House Arrest album, an uplifting groovy experience that’s surprisingly diverse as it is impactful. Andres Sierra took some time to answer questions regarding the making of the album, future plans, and more. Read the full interview below.

House Arrest is awesome, but “Why Do I (Still Love You)” really stands out, how did the track come about?

Yay! Thank you! It’s one of my favourites and happens to be one of the earliest songs written songs on the album. We wrote the song back in 2013 but it was never released. Fast forward to 2016 during the creation of the album, and we really wanted to include it but it needed a face lift. I contacted my buddy Jonny from Midnight City to see if they’d like to produce to my vocals, they said yes, and together we created the version that made it on the album. (btw, it was all done over the phone) 🙊

What DAWs do you use to make music?

Logic.

For other producers out there, how would you say getting millions of streams is possible on Spotify?

We spend a lot of money on marketing to generate traffic to Spotify. You can’t fake your numbers on Spotify. You need real people listening to your music who will save your song and add it their playlists, so you need to show up on someone’s Instagram feed as a sponsored post if you want to get noticed.

What are the main themes and sounds you have been trying to put on there in 2017?

Love, and anything that makes you want to dance. We all need to love and dance in 2017.

If you weren’t making music, what do you think you’d be doing?

Can I be an actor in musicals? If not, then a weatherman. I’m obsessed with hurricanes.

What are your goals going into the next year?

Being nominated for a Juno Award would be a huge honour, and recording a session at BBC Live Lounge. #goals

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Phenatiks Kick Off New Year With Bass-Heavy Original ‘That Bass’

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After graduating from the renowned Iron Collective music school, Fish Scale and Phenatiks team up for their first 2018 release ‘That Bass.’ The song starts with crisp drum hits before mixing in chopped vocals, whirling synths, and dark bass tones, making for a club-ready bass house track. Utilizing a gritty sound throughout, Fish Scale and Phenatiks make their collaboration danceable and darkly brooding at the same time. After giving ‘That Bass’ a listen, it’s no surprise Fish Scale is earning praise from esteemed peers like Bijou while Phenatiks broke 100,000 streams in 2017. With ‘That Bass’ marking their start to the new year, the future looks bright for both of these emerging talents.

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Nightcall Release Chill House-Tinged Single ‘Let You Go’

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Nick Peters and Marcel Wenzel cut their teeth behind the scenes by co-producing and engineering countless records for other artists over the years. Now they’ve combined their formidable talents to form Nightcall. On their debut single ‘Let It Go’, Peters and Wenzel craft a melodic, energetic slice of dance music that evokes feelings of warm summer nights and impromptu dance parties. Finding a balanced sound of stringed instruments and luscious female vocals, Nightcall further enhances the track through their tasteful use of filters and effects. By demonstrating a deft touch on their first single, Nightcall proves they’re ready for this exciting new phase of their career.

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Soak Up BOiCE And Feline Romantic’s Chill Single ‘Soaking Lovers’

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There is just something about the instrumental-influenced soft style drops of ‘Soaking Lovers’ that is gripping. The tune feels like a well-crafted piece of work that was far from rushed to release. ‘Soaking Lovers’ featuring chill, yet fitting aesthetics across the board. With past musical influences including house, trap, indie, soul & funk, it’s no wonder the single delivers the zest few chill tracks that aim for a similar market try and fail to crush. One can hope that this will not be the last collaboration between these two artists.

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