New York City’s warner case is not only a classically trained percussionist, but also an excellent producer that consistently creates groovy tune after tune and is said to have a sound reminiscent of both ZHU and Duke Dumont.
Coming fresh the back of his recent single “comoverto…,”which was premiered here on Dancing Astronaut, case now releases his fun-loving house treat, “good time,” featuring Zak Downtown, that dazzles with high-hats, funky synths and an infectious vocal performance.
“I love how the vibe, melody, and lyrics all point to one thing: having a good time, plain and simple,” case says of the track. “Often in music (and Art in general), we get so entrenched in deep symbolism that we forget to just let loose and write something that feels good and makes us happy. Hopefully others will experience the same thing when listening to it.”
New York City artist warner case has a new single that dropped last week entitled “comoverto…” and it’s a fun and upbeat Electro-dance original that comes with very captivating Losmose directed visuals. warner case is a new name on my radar but he’s got a unique blending sound that is beautifully hybrid. Check out a quote from the artist and
NYC electronic pop newcomer, warner case, sits in an interesting genre space. While his vocals lend itself to the alternative and pop worlds, the production under his lyrics undeniably comes from the dance sphere with thumping four-on-the-floor drum patterns, grooving basslines, and glitchy synths.
In the midst of summer, warner case returns with a dark yet bouncing new cut, “comoverto …” The opening bars are lead by a hushed vocal and repetitive pluck before case’s glossy vocals take the reigns and usher in a bleak, pulsating bassline that counterbalances his relatable tone. Listen to “comoverto …” on all platforms here and watch the official music video starring warner case himself.
One artist I’ve been into recently is NYC’s producer/vocalist, Warner Case. He just dropped a new song “thereforeyou” that especially grabbed my attention. It’s a cool vibe and I’m enjoying every second of it. If you’re in need of chill electronic music, something that gets those fuzzy low-mid tones, definitley check this out. “thereforeyou” is a