Titus1 brings us a dance music style that is often bouncing off the walls of the clubs in Amsterdam or the UK with progressive as the common denominator.
The Canadian will play for the moment, creating atmosphere and has warmed up the crowd while playing alongside big-hitting producers such as Nicky Romero, Chris Lake, Andrew Beyer and Wax Motif to name a few.
With over a 20 years strong track record, Titus1’s latest release, ’Fear’, is a glassy melodic house record with piercing vocals out on the label Andrew Rayel worked closely with Armin Van Buuren and Armada to start Find Your Harmony.
“I made an interesting melody for a background track and then submitted it to a list of vocalists who I really like for style. It came together in pieces and was made to capture the concept of fear and personification of that fear as an animated person or object that comes in a variety of ways and contributes to many things like anxiety, depression, etc. So, fighting fear as the root cause of many things and triumphing in moments as we walk in life with that fear behind us.”
Titus1’s music has surfaced in sets by leaders in his realm, Tritonal, Hardwell and Ferry Corsten to name a few with continuous releases on Showtek’s Dutch imprint, SKINK among other suiting labels such as Enhanced Progressive, and bass music for the soul with Simplify Recordings.
Tito dives deeper into how he developed the progressive melodic house sound for his new peacemaker, “as for the pieces. It was made with a combination of synths both software and hardware. The use of the Virus TI 2 Polar, Sylenth, Serum, Rob Papen Blue, NI Absynth and a few smaller sounds made from Razor. The percussion and smaller pieces are mostly edited/reworked samples from a variety of kits or self-made patches that were turned into layers for accommodating the weight of the main samples for kicks, percs, etc.”
The Disciple of Synthesizer Witchcrafts will be controlling the gaskets of sounds that provide the perfect progressive layer to transcend any set.