Almost 4 years ago feeder sound set out on a mission to explore the world of electronic dance music through a weekly podcast series to which artists from all over the world contribute to. As we are just one step closer to mix number 200, this Friday local artist Vlad Bretan is the one who delivers the good vibes!
Vlad Bretan is a devoted music enthusiast for some time now, as well as a true crowd pleaser and talented producer. His positive vibes can move any dancefloor, with his groovy selections going from the old-school sound of Chicago House to the contemporary deep, tech and microhouse. His productions make no exception, as he prospected various possibilities and subgenres throughout the years. Some of his astonishing tracks have been played by notable DJs such as Seth Troxler, Keinemusik and Solomun, as well as by Romanian heroes such as Priku or Herodot.
Recently, he published new music with the local label Sang Out Of Tune, signing a track on the compilation that marked the imprint’s launch, as well as a fresh EP titled “Masterman EP”. Two original tracks and a remix provided by Alex Rusu designed with deep minimalistic house flavours. Freshly established by The Rabbit King, SOOT sets out as an outlet for the underdogs who don’t follow the hype and the dogma genre.
Vlad travelled and played good music from Cluj-Napoca to Satu Mare, Oradea, Bucharest, Brasov and more will follow for sure, as his vibrant sets deliver good dancing times. Passionate about music production at the same time, future materials are probably already in the making, so be sure to stay tuned.
feeder sound 199 mixed by Vlad Bretan unfolds as a smooth blend of deep and minimalistic tech house spiced with some groovy and pumping rhythms. The elegant transitions between tracks make the mix flow like a seamless selection, going through various sounds and emotions. Enjoy! 🎶
Words by AndreiB
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