ARTY #CELEBSPLAYHOUSE :: CELEBRITIES – THISISBLUEPRINT.COM
10:00 pm - 11:30 pm
1022 Davie Street
In five short years, whiz kid Arty has broken out with killer tracks, earned the respect of his peers and musical inspirations, and rocked the festival circuit.
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Blueprint, Celebrities & Heineken Present…
#CelebsPLAYHOUSE :: THE GLORIOUS TOUR
w/ Special Guest:
TIMELINE + JOHNNYJOVER
Saturday, December 12th 2015
1022 Davie St – 19+ only w/ valid Government I.D.
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In five short years, whiz kid Arty has broken out with killer tracks, earned the respect of his peers and musical inspirations, and rocked the festival circuit. He’s issued three-dozen tracks, not counting remixes (there’s three-dozen more of those, including Zedd’s “Spectrum” and OneRepublic’s “I Lived”) from his first releases on the English epic-house label Enhanced Progressive in 2009, to subsequent releases on dance powerhouses Ultra, Big Beat, and Ministry of Sound. He’s grabbed the ears of his producing heroes Above & Beyond (who released Arty’s music on their label Ajunjabeats) and Axwell (one-third of Swedish House Mafia, whose label Axtone has also put out several Arty tracks), headlined global festivals and a U.S. tour, and moved to Los Angeles three years ago from his native Russia.
Arty is also the flagship artist of Los Angeles dance-event kingpin Pasquale Rotella’s new Insomniac Records — a partnership with Interscope Records. Insomniac is Rotella’s umbrella for hugely popular parties such as Electric Daisy Carnival, Nocturnal Wonderland, Beyond Wonderland, all of which Arty has played. The deal with Insomniac and Interscope has led to a number of collaborations with one of pop’s top songwriters, Toby Gad (Beyoncé, Fergie), on Arty’s singles “Up All Night” (featuring Angel Taylor) and “Stronger” (featuring Ray Dalton). And there is more to come. Arty is currently working on his debut full-length album, due later this year.
He will say that the album sounds really different, citing Avicii’s True and Nero’s Welcome Reality as his models for full-length cohesion and variety. “There’s a lot of experimental tracks; a lot of cool French house without any voice — more tech-house and French house united together,” he says. “There are 70-80 BPM records, which sounds more like the music for movies. My intro track was a cappella singing for one minute and then it goes into future-bass thing. I’m trying to have as much diversity as possible. There’s a story that goes through every track, and every track makes sense on the album. People have been asking me since 2011 if I’m going to release an album or not. I always have the same response: ‘We’re not ready for that.’ I want to surprise myself. I want to see where I can take myself. And of course I want to see the reaction of fans when they listen to something they wouldn’t expect.”
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