Electro Dance Djs Eric Rage And ED Castellon Release Dance Ep "Asouh"

Top Quote A brilliant dance EP was release by DJs from NYC - ASOUH or A Series of Unfortunate Hipsters, is takes electro dance music to the next level. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) October 31, 2011 - What is ASOUH? It stands for A Series Of Unfortunate Hipsters, the brilliant dance EP collaboration from composer Eric Rage aka BTYKNPRZ and producer Ed Castellon. Together, they created tracks for the ASOUH record and it's truly an ambient and riveting project.

    Responsible for the brilliance of ASOUH, Eric Rage and Ed Castellon are not your average DJ maestros, they're actual music pros. Eric started dabbling in music at nine years old, and was classically trained. Eventually, he began learning to play the keyboards, drums, and guitar. In high school, he studied music theory and composition, and in college, synthesis and production. Soon he became a professional DJ and is one of the new bloods causing a creative scene. Eric's collaborator, on the other hand, is Ed Castellon aka Dan Pol, an engineering and production student in Honduras who started a career as a DJ at a mere 13 years old. Upon moving to the US to expand his horizons and showcase his music to a bigger audience, he found his true North - producing dub electro music which he would rather call 'dirty electro house'. Eric and Ed both write and produce their tracks with one main goal - to make their listeners dance their arse off, plain and simple. Underneath it all is a much more serious note. With the ASOUH record, Eric has this to say: 'The message we are sending out is having the strength to be an individual and not just a sheep in the herd.' Indeed with the record ASOUH, they truly stand out.

    The ASOUH track Baker Acted! is unquestionably hypnotic that you'll find yourself in a dimension of good vibes. BTYKNPRZ's 'Baker Acted!' is one of the most forward thinking minimal tracks that has come out in a long time with elements of tribal. Hailing from NYC BTYKNPRZ first release 'A Series Of Unfortunate Hipsters' on Eric Rage's imprint Pivotal Movementz is a truly eclectic banger of retro house with a new wave 8 bit feel encompassing elevated synths and a catchy melody which drops in to a slammin' electro bassline after the breakdown that will have any crowd moving. The ASOUH EP's sound stems from underground electronic events, and 80's new wave infused with minimal techno and electro house. Eric Rage cites Richie Hawtin, Sander Van Dorrn, Frankie Bones, Depeche Mode, and Eric Prydz as the artists that have shaped his style. With the ASOUH EP, it manages to showcase the creative synergy of minimal tech house, electro house, progressive, and electro dub music.

    But wait! That is just the beginning of this E.P. Ed Castellon's 'Conversion' is on the cutting edge of electro dub house while Eric Rage's 'Nowhere' is a prog track not to be reckoned with. From start to finish track after track this E.P. is worth the listening to.

    To date, the ASOUH partners Eric and Ed are filming a music video to accompany the first single off of their music project. Their indie label Pivotal Movementz has slated them to perform at various music events early 2012. Get ready to do nothing but dance, dance, dance!

    Immerse yourself in the sublime ASOUH experience by downloading the EP at iTunes, distributed by JMD Records and INgrooves, a partner of Universal Music Group.

    ASOUH can be contacted at the ff:
    CONTACT them at:
    Pivotal Movementz
    Phone number: 772-237-4176
    Email: ericr.poweryourway ( @ ) gmail dot com
    Contact person: Eric Reichelt

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