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Premiere: Sonata Collective, Curt Lopez - Rising [Origins Rcrds]

Origins, the influential imprint led by the acclaimed Josh Butler, is thrilled to present the highly anticipated release of "Summer Vocals" EP. This eclectic compilation brings together a collection of tracks that embody the essence of summer, featuring a lineup of talented artists including Josh Butler, Jess Kidd, Sonata Collective, Curt Lopez, Tierap, and Mizbee.

The EP kicks off with "Can't Let Go," a collaboration between Josh Butler and Jess Kidd. The track boasts deep, soulful vocals layered over a backdrop of funky beats and jazzy undertones. The seamless blend of genres creates an irresistible groove that sets the tone for the rest of the EP.

Next up is "Rising" by Sonata Collective and Curt Lopez. This deep, emotive house track takes listeners on a sonic journey through atmospheric textures and melodic elements. The infectious rhythm, combined with soul-stirring vocal samples, creates an immersive experience that will resonate with fans of emotive electronic music.

The EP takes an uplifting turn with "Dreamy Afters" by Tierap and Mizbee. This bouncing, happy track fuses deep and dreamy elements with infectious energy. The catchy vocals provided by Mizbee perfectly complement Tierap's groovy tech-house production, resulting in a dancefloor anthem that encapsulates the spirit of summer.

"Summer Vocals" EP is a testament to the diversity and creativity of the artists involved. Each track showcases their unique styles and talents, offering a blend of deep, soulful, and energetic sounds that will captivate listeners and keep them moving throughout the summer months.

Prepare to be immersed in the captivating world of "Summer Vocals" as Origins continues to push boundaries and deliver quality music that resonates with audiences worldwide. The EP is set to make waves across the electronic music scene, cementing Origins' reputation as a leading force in the industry.

Origins Rcrds' "Summer Vocals" is out now. You can grab your copy HERE.

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