We have a very exciting premiere for you today! A delightful progressive house opus from Anzbern and Nick Ray (vocals). The song is absolutely beautiful, I wouldn’t be surprised to see this gem featured in Alesso, Axwell and Ingrosso’s sets. This one has been on repeat at the EKM headquarters for a few days now and we are very excited to finally be able to share it with you. Stream below and grab the download on itunes!
“By The Way” sings of love and regret. While featured artist Nick Ray leads the emotional journey, Anzbern surges us into a self-reflective look at our own past relationships with his nostalgia-inducing melodies.
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Twenty-two year old producer, Anzbern, from Mexico City struck a chord with the electronic scene immediately with his first release, “That Feel”. The world-renowned duo, Blasterjaxx, featured the track on their show, Maxximize On Air. With his skills in both piano & guitar, Anzbern’s been producing melodic electronic music for the past two years and has upcoming new releases on Enhanced Recordings. When asked what he wants to accomplish with his music, he simply replies, “I just want to spread the love through music.”
About Nick Ray
Nick Ray is an independent producer/singer/songwriter from New Orleans. His music career began as a lead singer in the local scene performing with numerous rock and alternative bands. Not wanting to be tied down to a single genre, Ray continued on as a solo, experimental pop artist writing and producing almost all of his songs as they genre hop between Soul, Pop, Alternative, Hip Hop, and EDM. He is currently working on his next solo EP while wrapping up a handful of unreleased collaboration features. His soulful voice, along with his natural ability to write and produce exceptional tracks leave Ray poised for a promising musical future, as it’s safe to say he has only scratched the surface.