The digital music scene ten years in the past regarded so much totally different than it does right now. Artists weren’t getting their tracks in main movement photos, AAA online game titles weren’t creating full albums of EDM-inspired tracks, not to mention creating bespoke occasions in-game, nor had been there any main trend manufacturers giving artists sponsorships or ambassadorships. Right now, EDM artists are promoting out the most important stadiums in world and tackling new challenges, but it surely’s good to look again at when instances had been less complicated.
Right now marks ten years because the launch of Spitfire, the groundbreaking debut EP from Porter Robinson. Again when OWSLA was nonetheless releasing music, banking on a no-name on the time like Porter was a danger from a enterprise standpoint, but it surely was much less in regards to the enterprise and extra in regards to the uncooked expertise that this 19-year-old oozed out of each pore.
Virtually each tune on Spitfire is iconic, from “Unison” to the seminal “100% In The Bitch,” to not point out Knife Celebration’s remix of “Unison,” themselves nonetheless a really younger group on the time having simply cut up off from Pendulum.
Spitfire represents an unbelievable period in dance music, one which these lucky sufficient to have skilled in particular person look again on with fondness. Return a decade and take heed to Porter’s origins under.
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