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Up and coming Producer/DJ/Dubstep Master from Los Angeles, CA., PatrickReza, has been making some major waves in the EDM world these past two years. While sweeping the blog "Hype Machine's" Popular Slots, he has gained some serious kudos from EDM artist, Bassnectar, which is one of his major influences, and quite frankly, one of the best.
Once PatrickReza spoke with Lorin (Bassnectar) and learned that he was a major fan of his remixes, as well as original pieces, Reza was given the gas he needed to pursue producing and DJ'ing as a full time career. (Elliot, T. RollRandom Chronicle). See interview below:
PatrickReza emulates qualities of a hardworking producer and DJ, in that he does not just "put together" his mixes, but he perfects them. His track Take Me Away took a four-month time span to finish, and he went on to say,
"Take Me Away was a serious process from start to finish. It started out with such a rudimentary idea and really took span over 4 months of production to wrap up. The vocalist Jilian, went to high school with me. She’s one of the best singers I’ve had the pleasure of working with and am definitely going to do more tracks with her in the future," (Elliot, T. RollRandom Chronicle).
See full PatrickReza quote below:
After listening to the track, I have to say that the build up and drop is infectious. It is a track that really hits deep; one you cannot help but move your body to.
It is evident that PatrickReza speaks to the EDM hearts, and we are extremely excited to see what other tracks he throws our way. We are sure to believe that after you listen to Reza's powerful sound, you'll be waiting with us on the edge of your seat for more!
Written by Kellee Liverani
On January 23rd, Philly bassheads found themselves rejoicing over a stacked lineup at SoundGarden Hall, including the likes of Nixsin, Infuze & headliner, Point.Blank. The massive night on Spring Garden & Columbus was the second show for the up-and-coming squad Mischief World Productions, whose roots are within the House of Hearts family. Our very personal friend & Baltimore dub-head Nixsin wasted no time setting the mood for the night with his dark and sinister beats washing over the room as fans slowly trickled in.
As the club began to heat up, Infuze took the stage and dove into an hour long assault of bass, dropping bangers such as “Survivors” (Zomboy & MUST DIE!), “Yasuo” (Crowell & Bommer) and the Trollphace & Skrillex remix of Yogi’s “Burial”. Infuze left fans clutching at their backs while continuing their attempts at headbanging for an hour straight, finishing off his set with his well-known remix of the man himself Bassnectar's "Mystery Song."
By the time his set ended, the room full of sweat-covered fans was more than ready for that sinister classic dub sound that is Point.Blank. Matar took the stage to an incredible roar from the packed crowd and proceeded to turn SoundGarden into a headbanger’s paradise, playing out all of his signature hits, throwing in terrifying drop after terrifying drop.
Philly couldn’t get enough as he railed through a rich set of dubstep, drumstep and D&B, turning the cold January night into a steamy packed house full of womping diehard bassheads. The Belgian mastermind dropped originals such as "Head Gone", "Lizard" with EH!DE and his Buygore smash hit "Get Down VIP" as he bobbed around the stage with intense energy. Matar is an extremely friendly and genuine artist; having arrived well before doors and staying until the venue emptied out, it was very clear he was happy to be with us here in Philly. It goes without saying that Point.Blank is a quality act.
As the club let out just after 2AM, House of Hearts and the rest of the fans that came out had nothing but praise for the night’s incredible acts. Mischief World Productions, the team that put all of us under the same roof this Friday night should be proud of themselves for this fantastic dubstep throwdown that brought out a great crowd, great artists and made for great memories.
-Dylan Long, Editor in Chief