Sunday, August 20, 2017

Oscar P & Robert Owens – Thank You (NY 2 Dtroit Mix)

First Listen: Oscar P & Robert Owens – Thank You (NY 2 Dtroit Mix) (Open Bar Music)

Catchy, groovy, fascinating, vibrant are the best words to describe what to expect on this rough jam produced by Oscar P. Serving as the ideal environment to Robert Owens‘s vocal performance, ‘Thank You’ explores the bittersweet feel of the various states we’re goin’ thru after a love relationship has turned into ashes.
The ascendance seems definitely House. The progressive construction looks inherited from Techno. Meanwhile, the rhythm pattern is Afroid…
Thank you!
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Raised in Williamsburg, B’klyn, Oscar Poche has crafted a unique sound, blending Afro-Latino and Deep House influences from NYC, Chicago, and Detroit. “Brooklyn is where I discovered myself through music, with thanks to older cats for guiding me back then. I didn’t try DJing or producing right away. I was a record collector first, and a dancer making my way trying to fit in.”

Oscar P runs two of the most respected underground House labels, Kolour Recordings and Open Bar Music. As a producer, he’s appeared on labels like Strictly Rhythm, Tool Room, Ultra and Sony Music. Meanwhile his name is associated to the ones of
Mark Farina, Jamiroquai, Omar and Todd Terry among others in terms of remixes.

He was named the #8 best selling house Music artist of the year on Traxsource back in 2012. Two years later, he sat on the Best Selling Deep Afro House Artists list at #23 alongside Black Coffee, Osunlade, and Atjazz. Then he landed at number thirteen in 2015.

Relocated from New York to San Diego, CA, Oscar is tackling the West Coast with fresh perspective. He is currently co-organizing West Coast Weekender. A a three-day music conference that celebrates regional House Music and Drum & Bass and provides a new boost for the San Diego music scene. (source: Residentadvisor)

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