Skrillex teams up with Elohim on her OWSLA debut single, ‘Connect’ [WATCH]

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Skrillex teams up with Elohim on her OWSLA debut single, ‘Connect’ [WATCH]Skrille Elohim Connect Cover

Elohim makes her OWSLA debut, dropping a new track co-produced by Skrillex, “Connect,” with an accompanying music video. Combining Elohim’s emotive vocals with Skrillex’s signature vocal chop melodies and sharp drum production, “Connect” creates an uplifting atmosphere, lined by shimmering notes and warm harmonies. The LA-based singer/songwriter’s voice has an authentic feel and defined crispness that contrasts nicely with the OWSLA label head’s purposeful production style and vocoded accents. The music video is a perfect aesthetic fit to Elohim’s newest feel-good bop too.

Since releasing her self-titled debut album this year, Elohim has made major strides in 2018, building her catalog with collaborations alongside some of the most in-demand artists of the moment. She was featured on Louis The Child‘s Kids At Play EP; dipped into alternative rock with a feature on AWOLNATION‘s new single, “Table For One;” and REZZ remixed her and the Glitch Mob‘s “I Could Be Anything” from the group’s See Without Eyes Deluxe album. With her breakout year culminating in a new Skrillex co-sign, OWSLA could prove to be a fitting home for the emerging vocalist in 2019.

Skrillex teams up with Elohim on her OWSLA debut single, ‘Connect’ [WATCH]

This post was originally published on this site

Skrillex teams up with Elohim on her OWSLA debut single, ‘Connect’ [WATCH]Skrille Elohim Connect Cover

Elohim makes her OWSLA debut, dropping a new track co-produced by Skrillex, “Connect,” with an accompanying music video. Combining Elohim’s emotive vocals with Skrillex’s signature vocal chop melodies and sharp drum production, “Connect” creates an uplifting atmosphere, lined by shimmering notes and warm harmonies. The LA-based singer/songwriter’s voice has an authentic feel and defined crispness that contrasts nicely with the OWSLA label head’s purposeful production style and vocoded accents. The music video is a perfect aesthetic fit to Elohim’s newest feel-good bop too.

Since releasing her self-titled debut album this year, Elohim has made major strides in 2018, building her catalog with collaborations alongside some of the most in-demand artists of the moment. She was featured on Louis The Child‘s Kids At Play EP; dipped into alternative rock with a feature on AWOLNATION‘s new single, “Table For One;” and REZZ remixed her and the Glitch Mob‘s “I Could Be Anything” from the group’s See Without Eyes Deluxe album. With her breakout year culminating in a new Skrillex co-sign, OWSLA could prove to be a fitting home for the emerging vocalist in 2019.

Awakenings & Time Warp unveil lineup for massive collaborative festival, Connect

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When two of the most recognized event producers in the world unite, the outcome’s bound to be legendary. As such, Time Warp and Awakenings have officially joined forces to present their highly anticipated collaborative festival, Connect, which boasts Jamie JonesRichie Hawtin, Solomun, Nina Kraviz, and many, many more of the best of techno.

The synthesis of the two brands who’ve set the golden standard in techno’s live event sphere will be taking place October 13 at Messe in Düsseldorf, Germany, and although Connect is set to be just a one-day festival, it’s still bringing together an incredibly eclectic mix of international acts from around the world.

The lineup is stacked from top to bottom with world-renowned DJs like Pan-Pot, Len Faki, Chris Liebing, Joseph Capriati, Kölsch, and newcomers like Amelie Lens, Monika Kruse, Charlotte de Witte, and Rødhåd.