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  • Falling Decibyls Drops Dark and Emotional Smash, ‘Miss Your Touch’ & Interview


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    Straight from the winding roads of South Italy, we have a new talented which is really stuck on our radar in the name of Falling Decibyls. We are proud to share his latest release, ‘Miss Your Touch’. Featuring emotive vocals, anthemic dark synths and a huge club ready drop. This track is expertly crafted from start from finish grabbing the lister with the unique samples and driving signature Decibyls sound. We had the opportunity to catch up with this rising star.

    How did you get into focusing on an electronic music career as Falling Decibyls?

    I became more focused on an Electronic Music career because of my fascination with the sound design. I had been listening to a lot of New Age/Electronic music at the time and I was amazed at how the producers were mixing traditional songs with modern sounds. This led to me wanting to explore the ways I could be involved in music production in this genre. I was always playing in orchestras and bands but I knew that I wanted to produce my own music and the electronic genre was the most interesting one to me.

    What type of electronic genres do you enjoy the most?

    I enjoy listening to Dance, Electro House, Future House, Progressive House, Trap and some forms of Trance.

    Do you have a favorite show that you’ve played?

    My most favorite show was playing at Genesis in Toronto.

    What advice would you give to producers who are trying to achieve success in the music industry?

    My advice to music producers would be to surround yourself with a good team. Having the right engineers and vocalists will help immensely. It is also important to know how to promote your music. Networking is so important and this will guide you in meeting the people who will be a part of your team and push your project forward. I couldn’t have done what I have accomplished without a great bunch of individuals in my life. And always pursue your passion. Don’t worry too much about the numbers or streams. It will all come as long as you are focused on your creativity and goals.

    Was the COVID lockdowns a benefit or a hindrance to your artistry/career?

    COVID did pose some technical problems for my career. Sometimes my vocalists couldn’t get into the studio due to them being closed. Sometimes I couldn’t get engineers to mix and master for the same reasons. Also, a lot of people were somewhat depressed during this time making it difficult to be creative and driven. I did however put out a lot of music during this time and COVID taught me a lot about how to be patient and persistent. A lot of masterpieces can come out of adverse and difficult times so always stay the course.

    What is in store for Falling Decibyls for the rest of 2022?

    Falling Decibyls is working on many more tracks and will be releasing new music consistently in 2022. I will also be introducing a new character and theme for my artwork designs. I am constantly trying to stay current and bring music and visuals that will stimulate the heart and mind. Watch out for some deep and driven music as well as inspiring and stimulating marketing.

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Falling Decibyls Drops Dark and Emotional Smash, ‘Miss Your Touch’ & Interview

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