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Euphony – Denizen EP Out Now

Your new warm-up jams for the gym are here. Euphony's EP “Denizen” is officially out today and it's got some insanely cool and unique sounds. This is genre-mashing at it's best with progressive house and electro meeting dirty trap.

“Denizen” takes you on a journey. From track one, we are caught by the contagious flow of “Citrus,” a fun track with a chill vibe that has a catchy lead melody and some spacial synths behind it. “Oh Yeah” picks up the hype and gets you off the couch with a purpose. The build up on this one is unpredictable and engaging with some heavy claps and high-intensity change-ups that guide you into some filthy trap while remaining true to electro house. “The Anthem” takes some old school chants and meshes them with a fun electro melody and catchy breakdowns. Check out the full EP below! Click HERE to buy on Beatport and find the pre-order on iTunes here as well.

Euphony is talented up and coming producer Vaughn Russillo. Check him out at Facebook, Twitter, and Soundcloud. His brother Ryen is a host at ESPN and you might even hear some of this live on air! Check out the SVP and Russillo show HERE. Check out Solstice Records on FacebookTwitter, and Soundcloud for more upcoming releases.

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