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EDMsauce Artist of the Week: Romain Good

Good afternoon Dance Music Fans! We love bringing you up to speed on our up and coming artist of the week series, and this week, is no different. We have a very, very, special, talented artist, Romain Guidicelli, otherwise known as, Romain Good, spotlighted this week. We found Romain through a series of submissions and grew extremely fond of his music and decided it was time to give him the spotlight he needs in our AOTW section.

Since 2011, Romain has done a ton of remixes, learning the particular craft of creating electronic dance music. Since the start of 2017, however, he decided to get a bit more creative and started to mix in his own bass-music influences into his original, industrial style. During this endeavor, he began to tune his musical theory and progressions, while combining it with current sound designs, pop-style synths, and infused his music with his favorite influence, Marshmello. Romain tells us that introducing some brutal parts to his music works well and off-sets the melodies in the breakdowns nicely.

Delving deeper into what Romain enjoyed producing, we asked him other types of sounds he likes to produce and asked him a bit more about his creative process.

“Sometimes i like to produce pure electro for fun, kind of like justice. i've decided to re-work one of them even. I wanted to do something darker than my previous releases that included some trap elements, dubstep, and orchestral sections. i feel like i've accomplished what i've set out to do with this track and hope the public responds well to it.”

Well, we're sure that the public, including our great audience at EDMsauce, will love this track and crave more coming from Romain Good in the future. Take a listen to a bit of his discography in this article, and look out for his music to make its festival rounds at a camp-grounds near you!

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