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longstoryshort Drops Powerful New Single “I Can Feel” [JustUs]


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Ambiguity surrounds New York bass house producer longstoryshort. The mysterious artistic aura he carries stems directly from the problematic terms he has with the lamentable aspects of the music industry. The artist, whose true identity remains unknown, formerly gained a high amount of traction on a dance music project that’s since been shattered through multiple deals and broken promises.

Despite adversity and trials, he’s refused to give up and his music is a testament to how truly talented he is. He can seamlessly blend genres and create music that will hit you right in your heart. Receiving critical cosigns from lauded contemporaries such as NGHTMRE, Slander, Jauz, Alison Wonderland, Dr. Fresch, the young producer has elevated his artistic stature with each forthcoming release.

His latest single, “I Can Feel“, signed to independent label, JustUs, is a riveting single that makes it impossible to just listen to once. Here’s what he had to say about it:

“‘I Can Feel’ is a record that started trying to find a vibe that rides the line in between a movie score and a housey, club record. I tend to write a lot of music that could find its way in a film maybe, and later pull it back to try and repurpose it to be danceable. This is one of those tunes.

Don’t sleep on longstoryshort! Check out “I Can Feel” and add it to your playlists!

 

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