I will be walking in / mailing these packets to club managers / concert promoters / etc to get work.
My music (to get a feel of what I sound like):
More photos on the way. I also have a copy of the logo with a black background, and several high def formats.
*Sample bio / press release. Feel free to edit, and please ask me anything:
USRE has set out to change the face of EDM with a Texas flair, celebrating his roots in the UNT Jazz Program. His big house melodic style embraces popular and hip hop music of the last decade, with a nod to the forerunners of the genre: Afrojack, Hardwell, Dyro, and Zedd. Bearing the famed Fort Worth "Molly" Longhorn resemblance in his logo, USRE has already found national and international air play with a few of his themed mixes for the summer, including "Special Reserve," "100% Agave," "Dark Horse," and "Churchtastic." More photos are on the way 3/31/14
If you have any questions AMA :)
Here's a list of awards / accolades that I need included.
Features on:West Coast Aftershock
"I particularly enjoyed the Big Room Melodic house mix USRE is currently working on -thirty-five minutes of unbridled ecstasy for dance floor fanatics, that is pretty hard to resist. USRE
is one of the few indie artists currently making quality EDM music. His
progressive tracks are some of the best and most melodic around and
he’s not afraid to crank out a few bangers either. In a universe of
rubbish that is coming out these days, USRE’s tracks sound like complete gems.
<p style="text-align: justify;">I found all of the songs addictive due to their infectious hooks. USRE’s music
and mixes is an expression, a form, a vision, a standing on center
stage and doing his thing, kind of feel. Keeping his momentum at this
rate USRE can expect to expand his market, his music, and his vision even further.
Overall I was very impressed with the quality of music being put out,
and the wonderful blend of strong vocals and ripping electronics that
come together in perfect harmony! USRE’s music is perfect to
introduce or convert non-electronica listeners. He never gets
repetitive, and you’re always guaranteed a good time!"
"USRE's sound is a relentless, melodically driven praise for retroid
charm and viscera, as he finds countless methods to command those classy
polyphonic synths into both traditional and experimentive harmonic
collisions, maintaining, OR playfully violating the pulsation of the 4/4
flow. Hip hop breaks for "teh" win, especially when offered amidst
interesting and well sculpted dubstep fascinations. USRE might very well
be the first house zuppa guru who realized that the now-classic
dubstep-wobble base works with mid-frequency and high frequency synths,
as well. For THIS, you should be grateful for him!"
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