NYC’s Rich Furniss is no stranger to our site as we have become big fans of his mesmerizing tech house tracks. From an early age Rich Furniss’s sound was shaped by influences from Frankie Knuckles, Armand Van Helden and Derrick Carter. Over the years Rich Furniss has performed at various different festivals including Mayhem Fest, Governor’s Ball, Winter Music Conference, Miami Art week and has shared the stage with the likes of Diplo, Rick Ross & Chromeo.
Now, he’s back with a soulful tech house single, “Suddenly“, signed to Quincy Boy Records, and it’s utterly irresistible. Rich Furniss sets up an amazing groove as a spectacular vocal glides overtop. It’s easy to hear the influences of legends likeFrankie Knuckles on this one, as “Suddenly” pays homage to the golden era of classic house, bringing this theme up to speed with a modern house feel via the sound design and overall temperament within.
Here’s what Rich Furniss said about it:
“I’ve always been a big fan of all the music Lefti has made, over the last few years we have become great friends and do frequent B2B sets. I’m honored to be on his label Quincy Boys first Compilation.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Rich Furniss Drops Soulful Tech House Single, “Suddenly” [Quincy Boy Records]
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