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FatBlake, Why You Should Be Listening

Electronic Dance Music, in our current age this is one of the most diverse genres in music. With all the diversity, several artists may be overshadowed by the glory and fame of other “mainstream” key players. Today, we will be looking at an artists from Austrailia, FatBlake. Producing for three years, FatBlake started at an early age and is currently 17 and releasing incredible tracks such as Robotronic, Surprise, and The Saxophone Song.

This brings me to my main point, why you should be listening. Sure, there is a lot of artists out there, but I tend to find a lot of Gems buried on the internet from “lesser known artists”” (I say “lesser known” in comparison to giants such as Calvin Harris, Flux Pavilion, deadmau5, etc.). Also, I find pleasure in discovering New Music! There is nothing like finding a fantastic song that is fresh and like nothing else that you can hear on the radio. Besides discovering new music, I like FatBlake for his sound. He has an array of fat synths bangers that can keep a party going and then switches to a song full of saxophone. He is able to switch up his style and keep fresh new music coming at you. Take a listen to some of his tracks below!

What are some of your favorite artists? Have some songs that aren't mainstream hits? Share them below!

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