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  • Emerging Artist soundslikeLANG Releases Debut EP, ‘Midnight and the City’


    The alias of electronic music producer Dave Lang, soundslikeLANG has fashioned
    a brand of emotive-house music which invigorates the listeners nostalgia. Groove driven and
    atmospheric, soundslikeLANG brings you on new journeys while living within his sonic realm.

    He’s developed his own creative sound that can’t help but whisk you away in to his beautiful world. One listen through his debut EP ‘Midnight and the City’ and you’ll see what we mean. The EP offers
    insatiable & blissful deep synths, a testament to his ability to blend samples and sounds in a masterful way.

    Back When” kicks off the EP, serenading your ears with a tranquil piano performance amidst a deep, driving beat. “Last Train Home” is deep house at its finest, encapsulating an intoxicating dream-like feeling from start to finish. “Fire Alarm” picks up the tempo with head bopping half time beats and an insatiable groove.

    Produced entirely by himself, ‘Midnight and the City’ EP evokes the feelings of freedom within the unlimited boundaries of electronic music.

    Listen below!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Emerging Artist soundslikeLANG Releases Debut EP, ‘Midnight and the City’

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