22Bullets feat. Goldfish & Blink – Confusion
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Revealed Recordings have always been a label that keeps the industry watching come Miami Music Week – whether through their exclusive, first-to-do 360degree live show stream from Nikki Beach, over to their Revealed Recordings stage takeover at ULTRA Miami last year – 2019 is set to prove no different!
Showcasing the second issuing of the Revealed Miami Festival EP this March 22nd after the success of the 2018 edition, this 10 track EP is filled with both Revealed Recording regulars and the new faces on the scene, promising to become the soundtrack to this year’s highly anticipated Miami Music Week, featuring fan favourites such as Loris Cimino, 22Bullets, New Blood and R3SPAWN!
Offering a varied soundscape Revealed is catering to the masses of Miami Music Week, with an EP set to excite fans and attendees alike! Opening with Chico Rose & D3FAI’s track ‘Jackpot’, laden with rising synths and deep low-ends that will be sure to get the blood pumping of the whole crowd, the upbeat energy is continued on Jac & Harri’s ‘Voices’, out-of-this world, high-pitched vocal snippets and rhythmic claps drawing us in for the remainder of the release. Captain Curtis’ track ‘Pirate Bass’ and Renvo & David Stellar’s ‘ Heat’ follow a similar suit, as the breathy vocals featured on ‘Confusion’ by 22Bullets, Goldfish & Blink blend perfectly within the high-tempo dance style track.
Also featured is an emotional release by Warren & Son’s ‘Moving On’ featuring the haunting vocals of Emelie Cyreus and truly reflecting the breadth and diversity of the Revealed Recordings roster across the board, major build ups to energy-driven breakdowns - such as in New Blood & Kevin Brand’s electronic hit ‘Blow’ and Havoq’s ‘Elevate’ – light a fire under the excitement of the upcoming Miami season. Loris Cimino’s ‘Don’t Stop’ and R3SPAWN & Kroshwell’s track ‘Black Ops’ both feature urban-inspired, heavy vocals and bombastic, deep BPMs, making them perfect for the current festival scene.
Make sure to pick up Revealed Recordings Miami Festival EP 2019 on March 22nd!
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