iEDM Radio Episode 23: Deep House Is My House

October 5th, 2014

1: Matt Sassari – Scape Hotline
2: D-Unity – Okay (Adrian Hour Remix)
3: D-Formation, Chris Staropoli, Melanie S – Transform (Richie Santana Remix)
4: Saeed Younan, DJ Boris – Natural System (The Junkies Remix)
5: Matt Sassari – Akuyeri (Gaga Remix)
6: Allan Snowden – Crank (Ryan Provost Remix)
7: Green Velvet – Bigger Than Prince (Jay Lumen Remix)
8: Macromism – What’Z Up
9: Peter Bailey – Deeva
10:D-Deck – Trapped1: Matt Sassari – Scape Hotline

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If techno is the universal language then New Jersey native, Ryan Provost is surely multilingual. His mesmerizing, floor moving rhythms have allowed him to speak to his peers through the creativity in his productions, while making it an obligation to capture the attention of audiences all over the world.  Music has always been a priority in Provost's life, starting at the young age of 13 as a drummer. By the time he turned 18 he found himself becoming involved more heavily in the electronic music scene, attending and gaining a huge interest in
afterhours. Soon enough he found himself taking things to the next level, producing his first track in 2013, while getting his first record deal in early 2014. Anyone who
witnesses him producing music and gracing the decks can attest to this, Provost can turn a careful observer into a dancer through the raw emotion in his music. Music is a means of connectivity, intimacy, communication and he has skillfully and globally been able to share this.  In early 2014 Provost found himself more in studio time rather than the frequent
night out, molding a mind that would gain international attention and support by names like NYC legend Danny Tenaglia and Defected: In The House resident Sam
Divine. Provost is now signed to labels 18-09 and Housewax Records to name a few, he is producing and remixing full force, while hammering out new material he so brilliantly tends to do. His unique signature style that’s driven by a relentless, deep, hypnotic, and techy groove is sure to leave you awestruck. He credits his latest sound to his most current influences: Matt Sassari, D-Unity, Peter Bailey, Carlo Lio and Alex Mine to name a few.

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