(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Los Angeles, California Jul 4, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – DJ Travis Moet’s stunning new music arrives just in time to kick off the summer festival season in style.
As creative as ever, fusing heavy rhythms, bass, reverberating synths, tunes, and voice fragments, the two new singles being released By DJ Travis Moet adds a playful nostalgia to Moet’s generally pristine and contemporary approach – along with a mesmerizing backbone that invites listeners to turn up the volume and stay committed.
Both Midnight Sun, an electro house dance tune, and “AND I” an electro-pop single, perfectly encapsulate these elements. Multiple layers of basic, cascading synth melodies and an ever-evolving, specially produced array of rhythms flow alongside a distantly mixed male vocal.
DJ Travis Moet is a singer, dancer, songwriter, world traveler, and producer of house and EDM music with a focus on electro house and soulful house. He started playing at nightclubs, festivals, and underground parties and embraced the nightlife culture while performing as a circuit dancer. He started a DJ career while dancing and teaching dance, mainly as a remixer to make mixes to perform.
DJ Travis Moet has won several awards and noticeable accomplishments from Winter Music Conference and hosted events for Insomniacs during EDC Las Vegas. DJ Travis Moet has shared the stage as a circuit dancer and performing artist with some of the most iconic, talented, and legendary names in Dance/House music such as Deborah Cox, Rozalla, Jeanie Tracy, Peter Rauhofer, Jennifer Holiday, Kristine W, and Inaya Day. His genres include House, Electro, Tech House, Tribal House, Electro Pop, Soulful House, and EDM. His inspiration comes from Carl Cox, Clean Bandit, Kaskade, Green Velvet, and Tiesto.
Midnight Sun’s approach to EDM is blissful, precise, and warm. The music, which features gently soulful vocals and modern feelings, displays the engaging rise and irresistible drop of the dance arena, as well as a producer with a superb ear for melody and building intensity.
This article was originally published by IssueWire. Read the original article here.