DJ-SLT-UK endows New Spirituality in Tech House and Neon Swing with the Latest EDM Track ‘Beirut’
The worldwide wailing from the distressing pandemic and months after months of self-isolation have destroyed the magic of changing seasons and weekend parties. The things are likely to change with the exotic sound produced by the Australian veteran DJ-SLT-UK whose virtuous music production in all classified forms of music. The New South Wales music producer DJ-SLT-UK has made another atrocious attempt of producing the sound ‘Beirut’ that represents the varied moods of quarantine maintained inside the four walls by most of the population. Unlike the dullness that is conspicuous this whole time, the sound of quarantine is tailored in strangely fluid EDM drops and energetic House tempo that generates the buoyancy that is missing in the shadows.
In his brief music career, Simon B Chappell a.k.a DJ-SLT-UK has accomplished some unbelievable feats within his initial phase of prominence. Delving into one layer to another of different melodic characters, he is best known for his versatile prowess of blending two poles-apart musicality into one frame. ‘Beirut’, produced by MUSIK HOUSE STUDIOS, immediately caught wind after its release in May 2020, for his subtle artistry to bring forth an ethereal combination of trance with Tech beats. It is solemnly dedicated Dedicated to the Grand Factory Nightclub in Beirut, Lebanon who consistently brings joy to so many in such troubled times.
He started his classical training in music as early as at the age of 7 that gradually developed into an inextricable spirituality that enabled him to explore music beyond any genre of culture. ‘ALIVE’ and ‘REMEMBER THIS Variations’ carry the traces of his crafty endeavors and the enormous success as a sought-after DJ in the nation. His instrumental sounds come to the rescue in the standstill phase of life dominated by the microorganism. Know about the details about his latest projects on his website, Spotify and Apple music.
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