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Multi-platinum producer / DJ Geek Boy dropped his energetic future bass jam 'In My Heart' on June 5th, 2020. The track opens with a calm and beautiful piano progression, with a somewhat lo-fi and atmospheric vibe behind it. It slowly builds up with the song's characteristic vocal chop pattern, leading to a super satisfying drop that I find is 100% worth the wait. If you're a fan of someone like San Holo, or other future bass artists that blend organic elements into their electronic productions, I think you'll love this. Check it out on Spotify: Or check it out in our...
Inspired being stuck inside, wanting to socialize, seeing the crazy news cycle, and reading conspiracy theories on the internet, I made a new song called 'Socialize'. Its an amalgamation of my love of electronic music and rock music, while also trying to blend in some hip-hop influences. Never before have I sung, rapped, and screamed on one of my songs. Click here to listen on Spotify or Apple Music. If you enjoy the track, share it with your friends, add it to your playlists, and/or add it to your library. This year in 2020 i'll be releasing music every 5-7...
Want to get your music on some Spotify playlists? Well, now Genera Studios is officially on SubmitHub as a Spotify playlist curator! I most often share EDM and Pop genres, but this extends to a lot of other related genres like Electropop, Synthwave, Future Bass, Indie Pop, and a whole bunch more. You can head to SubmitHub to check out our playlists and make sure your music is a good fit, and then submit entirely for free! If you pay for a premium submission I have 48 hours to either accept your song, or provide you at least 10 words of...
While the internet has made it possible for literally anyone to release music for the world to hear, most independent artists actually struggle to get anyone to listen. Does this sound like you? You used to believe that great music would sell itself, and if you built it they would come. So you finish mastering the best track you've ever written, release it to Spotify, Apple Music, Bandcamp and every other site online, and find that in your first week you got 11 streams (mostly from your friends and family). The problem is that great music does not sell itself, because...
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