Chill, House | Mt. Sierra Continues Roll Out Of Ep With ‘6AM In Vegas’

Posted by on March 12, 2022

Hungry to contribute his integral ideas of house music, Mt. Sierra is riding a stream of conciseness that can’t be stopped. “6AM In Vegas,” is the most recent example of this, showcasing a nice blend of sample details, writing, and an all around charming mood. If you heard his previous tracks, you’ll recognize that this one gets a bit less somber and much more upbeat. It’s easy to envision this track being played out mid-set, setting the crowd off into a cheer as the vibe in the air brightens up. Mt. Sierra is building a thicker and thicker catalog, the works currently out showcasing a balance of diversity without straying too far away from one another in terms of connectivity.

“6AM In Vegas,” symbolizes Mt. Sierra’s consistency and dedication to the project. He’s active on socials, has more music lined up, and is on a roll that only seems to be getting better with time. The USA-based artist has years of production experience under his belt, it being clear that he can harness this at moments notice to shrink the gap between what he wants to make and what actually comes out the other end in the studio.

If you dig what’s going on here, give Mt. Sierra a follow and be apart of something special.

Progressive House | Mt. Sierra Drops Deep and Meaningful Single ‘Stop Yourself’

Posted by on October 11, 2021

Continually pumping out jams that ride the line between progressive, deep, and tech house, Matt Sierra is bringing forth excellent electronic jams again and again. Following up 2021 singles “Mt. Joel,” “When It Rains,” and now, “Stop Yourself,” it’s becoming more clear the angle that this artist is going for.

“Stop Yourself,” is his October 2021 release, featuring some elements that we have seen from his past releases, but boasting an original attitude here that’s easy to enjoy again and again.

It’s no wonder that Mt. Sierra’s production chops are up to this level, he’s a graduate of Icon Collective, one of the most respected electronic education institutions in America. Clearly the education and connection he built up there is playing as a positive into his career today.

If you like what “Stop Yourself,” has to offer, dive into to what his catalog bares thus far, you won’t be disappointed.