Renowned progressive house producer and DJ Tom Swoon who has string of Beatport Top 10’s last year and has played at almost every major festival across the globe is all set to collaborate with New Delhi’s youngest music producer, <g data-gr-id="39">Kerano</g> for the latter’s first ever electronic dance music single titled Here I Stand that will launch on the May 25.
What’s more laudable is the fact <g data-gr-id="26">Kerano</g> will be India’s first import on Ultra Records. Interestingly, this will mark Tom Swoon’s first collaboration on home turf with an Indian DJ/Producer. Born in 1993, this Polish young gun has made some major leaps forward in the world that breathes electronic dance music.
Although being quite recent to the scene, his productions and remixes with Linkin Park, Florida, Jennifer Lopez, Nervo, Gareth Emery, David Guetta, Steve Aoki, Kaskade, Avicii, Laidback Luke would make you believe he’s been doing it for years.
Speaking about the single, Tom Swoon states, “I’m very excited for this release as there has been a lot of <g data-gr-id="37">hardwork</g> put in by both of us and the vocal is one of the best I have ever worked with. <g data-gr-id="38">Kerano</g> is a gifted boy and I’d like to see more of him on the global circuits.”
Adding on, Sharan Behl and Akshat Kumar, Directors, WMS who discovered and manage Kerano
resonate, “This is a <g data-gr-id="30">vocally-driven</g> festival ready song that fans will surely revel in. The track Here I Stand has a very strong and beautiful vocal by Cimo Frankel.
Through the <g data-gr-id="31">break</g> you hear string instrumentals that weave under emotive lyrics, only rising into an oscillating melody as the track falls into a heavy drop. It comprises of soft violins and gentle guitar strums that secure the true bewilderment the song will have on fans as they gain a desire to sing and dance to the melodic anthem they have construed.
These string instruments are replaced with synths and kicks, relieving the marvelous tension to a powerful, uplifting drop that is further guided by what Tom Swoon says is the best vocal he has ever worked with.”