Dance music was totally new to us at the time and we thought it was super cool how artists could produce full tracks with just a computer and a midi-keyboard. Search for: Search. Leave a comment Cancel comment.
We absolutely love driving up in the hills at night and looking down on the whole city lit up. We loved how they showed a genuine interest in our music and careers from the beginning and have since been grinding with us over the past few years.
We would basically just cold reach out to artists and their management teams and ask to remix their tracks, hoping they would give us a shot, and early on we got some positive responses and official remixes for artists like Justin Caruso and Frank Walker. Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure.
We both grew up taking piano lessons starting in second grade through early high school shoutout our awesome piano teacher Juanita Bosee! The headbands are custom-deed LED headbands that we can sync together and really bring a cool image to any live show or performance. Can you open up a bit about your work and career?
Then in early high school we discovered SoundCloud, which at the time was the main discovery platform for up-and-coming artists. Meet Dr. Meet Artemis Huo animator visual development artist character deer. Article. Who would you like to shoutout?
Meet John Furniss: Woodworker. In we started producing remixes for a lot of different artists. At the time a lot of dance artists were ing unofficial remixes to try and get discovered, and we started listening to remixes by artists like Kygo, Gryffin, Illenium, Vanic, and more.
We usually hit up Mulholland Drive and pull over at some overlooks to sit back, relax, and watch the city glow. Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Meet Lori Sitterding Photographer.
We kept making remixes over the next couple years and experimented with a lot of different sounds — all our remixes were dance tracks but stylistically very different. We quickly fell in love with the process of producing and songwriting, and it became not just a creative outlet for us but something we had a passion for and could see ourselves potentially pursuing down the line.
Given our piano background, we began experimenting with making our own remixes by downloading acapellas off the internet and producing tracks around them.