At the forefront of melodic bass music, few acts stand out further than Montreal’s unstoppable duo Adventure Club, and Denver’s soaring live act, and champion of sad girls, Said The Sky. A match made in harmonic heaven, the acts have finally come together for a collaboration – “Already Know” is out now on Ultra Music. The melodic masterpiece combines Caly Bevier’s beautiful vocals with the finest heavy, yet emotional bass sounds from these acclaimed producers.
Adventure Club’s previous single on Ultra Records was another notable collaboration titled “Next Life” featuring Krewella with co-production by Crankdat. The Grammy nominated duo just wrapped up their massive “Death of Glory” tour and is now preparing to take their melodic bass sounds worldwide with upcoming tour dates in New York, Canada, and EDC South Korea. Keep an eye out on these dubstep stars because their powerful sounds are not something to miss.
For Said The Sky, playing piano and various instruments have come naturally to him since he was 8. Colorado native Trevor Christensen has continued to push forward with a fresh perspective on music. Pairing a refined ear for melodies, emotive composition and years of technical training, Said The Sky has consistently reminded the world that past the mental confines of electronic dance music sits the prospect of making beautiful and moving music for the masses.