House | Teddy Rose & Corrupt Drops 3lau-Approved Remix Of “On My Mind”

Posted by on July 14, 2017

San Diego-based Teddy Rose has a growing audience thanks to his signature remixes and pitch-perfect originals. Drawing on house music roots, Rose’s distinct style also mixes throwback elements and pop-punk zest. Ohio-based Corrupt is an emerging midwest talent who caught the ears of the industry with his latest single “My Type”. On their recent collaborative remix of 3LAU’s “On My Mind”, the two producers combine their formidable talents to craft a memorable re-imagining of 3LAU’s original. By using different build ups, breakdowns, and textures throughout, Corrupt and Teddy make this remix a high-energy, dance floor sureshot.

Future House | Teddy Roses’ “Ocean Avenue” Remix Will Make 2000’s Pop Punk Fans Rejoice

Posted by on March 6, 2017

Teddy Rose, a DJ/Producer from San Diego, California is back with another future house banger. His new track is a remix of pop punk/emo band Yellowcard, the song “Ocean Avenue”. Rose combines the best of both worlds bringing new perspective to the classic rock anthem. Teddy Rose’s use of rhythmic percussion, pumping bass lines, and solid melody riffs bring this modern day remix to life. This remix is versatile as it could be played both in clubs and the festival market. Having been on the scene for a bit, Teddy Rose has a gift of creating tunes that resonate with people.

Teddy Rose’s experience with playing live shows goes along way and this is where he gets his inspiration for creating such quality music. Combining the best of future house and the nostalgia of the Yellowcard vocals, this sure-fire uplifter stands out from the rest, this one will resonate.

Future House | Teddy Rose’s “Infuse” Keeping Future House Relevant

Posted by on October 5, 2016

I’ve sort of moved on to acts like Malaa or kind of found future house saturated as of late. But “Infuse” brings the spirit of the genre back into full-swing. Teddy Rose, based out of San Diego, focuses mostly on a future house sound, but just as bits of the genres shift over time (like any genre naturally), he stays with the times, putting his own innovations on the tune.

Teddy Rose is onto something for sure, if he begins networking strongly with others in his genre niche as well as got his tunes in the right hands, Teddy could quite possibly make it to the next level.

If you are in the SoCal area, try to catch Teddy Rose live and experience his world brought to it’s full potential.

DO SOMETHING