LA native, Arthur Galestian, has never been a fan of genres and has never allowed himself to be tied down to a style of producing music and DJing. With an ecclective background in trance, progressive, and techy sounds, AG is a true music lover who is never afraid to take a few steps into uncharted territory. Remixing the masterpiece from On An On frontman, Nate Eiesland, Arthur shows that any peice of music can be trusted in his hands, adding just enough to be danceable and respecting the orginals novelty and charm, just like he did with his remix of Capitol
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This post was originally published on this site It’s quite ironic that Slumberjack‘s name has the word “slumber” in it; the Australian makes music that is the antithesis of relaxing, but of course that was likely the reasoning behind their…
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