Rising Artist Interview Series
We were lucky enough to have the opportunity to interview rising talent Deerock about his career and his latest release. Hailing from Long Island and a recent grad from JMU Deerock has channeled his passion for music to a budding career. be sure to click here to check out the full interview to learn more about him and his music!
We had the opportunity to interview California based artists Jay Bird who recently released a song with us “The Reason” which is an amazing catchy future bass song with great vocals that will leave you wanting more. Click here for the full interview, take a look into what drives him to make music, and get to know more about the man behind the music!
We had the opportunity to get to know the amazing producer, Besomorph a little better with an exclusive interview! He’s had releases with some of the most respected labels in trap & bass music and is definitely an up and coming heavy hitter you need to have in your playlists! Click here to get to know Besomorph through our interview and be sure to check his music out!
We got the opportunity to interview Jack Be after he dropped his most recent song 'Beauty Hurts' an absolutely beautiful song with such a well shot music video to go with it (all shot on vhs tape.... impressive right?) One, you're not gonna wanna stop listening to the song when you hear it (link in the interview) and two, you will definitely want to follow Jack after getting to know more about him. He's a talented creative and on top of having a beautiful voice and really great vocals he's got the work ethic to make it in this industry. be sure to follow him @JackBeThatsMe (instagram). Click here to read the full interview!
Thanks to our friends over at Nectar Collective we've been able to bring our brand to Spotify with a branded playlist to support all of you! With 16,000 followers and counting this playlist will only help us provide more support for your music. Feel free to visit the submit page and get a boost on Spotify!
So as we understand Opvs was originally a duo, what made you decide to pursue solo acts, and do you have any plans to collaborate in the future?
Sean and I worked together for over two years growing Opvs, and it is crazy to look back at some of the things we were able to achieve together. He definitely made me a significantly better producer, and I think it is safe to say neither of us would be where we are at today without leaning on each other.
As a duo it can get hard to find your own artistic vision, and that is what we were struggling with. Making music is such a personal experience, and it can get hard to try to translate the state of mind you are trying to express in a song to someone else. Both of us grew a lot and started taking our sounds to different places, so we thought rather than hold each other back, lets just go for it on our own. We are still very good friends and support each other in any way possible, so I am excited to see where he takes his sound!
We aren’t collaborating on music at the moment but we are going to be playing a show together at the Mercury Lounge on April 28. I’ll be in the crowd wilding for his set and him for mine so I’m really looking forward to that.
Click here to read our full interview with Opvs!