Preview, Progressive House | Hardwell feat. Amba Shepherd – Apollo (Preview)

Posted by on November 9, 2012

After getting its premier at the Revealed night at ADE, “Apollo”, Hardwell’s follow up to his huge single “Spaceman” is finally here with Amba Shepherd on the vocals. You can tell that the time spent in the studio working on his track with Porter Robinson has rubbed off on Hardwell with the glitchy electro in this track, which shows a new dimension of his sound. Release set for November 26th on Revealed Records. Also he has a few dates on the East Coast this month, so check him out at the dates below.

Nov-20 Mashantuket, CT Shrine
Nov-21 Boston, MA Prime
Nov-23 New York, NY Pacha (18 Under)
Nov-23 New York, NY Pacha (19+)
Nov-24 Atlantic City, NJ HQ Nightclub

Electro-House | Lazy Rich and Hirshee feat Amba Shepherd – Damage Control

Posted by on June 4, 2012

Lazy Rich has done his fair share of quality remixes and original tracks, but has never been able to break into mainstream conscious of EDM fans. He is recognized for his production prowess, but has not had a string of incredible productions or an album to put him on the map like some others. “Damage Control” is not guaranteed to be the track that sends him down that road, but it certainly has a chance. A complex lead of intricate key work, a varying bass line and Amba Shepard’s blissful vocals that crescendos into a signature Lazy Rich drop of grinding, distorted low end synths and driving bass with a big room interlude gives Lazy Rich the opportunity to make the most out of 2012.

Lazy Rich and Hirshee feat Amba Shepherd – Damage Control – Beatport Link

Dubstep | Virtual Riot & Amba Shepherd – Superhuman

Posted by on February 22, 2012

More and more young artist are emerging out of no where with these monster tracks. Add Virtual Riot to the list of 17 year old producers who are making the veterans look bad. This track is flawless on so many levels I don’t know where to begin. First off Amba Shepherd’s vocals complement this track perfectly. The build up doesn’t prepare you for what is to come, because after and during the drop is where this track really comes together. The drop isn’t too heavy to drown out the vocals but it is still grimy enough to please any dubstepper’s appetite. Although the bass and drop are a little heavy this track somehow manages to put you in a state of euphoria, because of its perfect choice of instruments and synth sounds in the melody. If this isn’t doing it for you their is also a chilled out remix which is featured on the EP and you can get it on Beatport HERE.