Aspyer taps back into violin and house blend on STMPD RCRDS sequel, ‘Aurora’
Aspyer opened up 2021 by standing behind one of the most in-demand IDs from Martin Garrix’s digital showing at Tomorrowland New Year’s Eve, and he’s now aptly sending the year off with its sequel. “Symphony” went on to act as the first of seven originals that the Russia native supplied STMPD RCRDS with over the last 12 months, with Aspyer bringing the total tally to eight and celebrating the holiday weekend with “Aurora.”
Inspired by the violin-meets-house communion from his first release of the year, Aspyer aimed to tap back into his classical upbringing that came from both his father and his time during high school when he’d experiment with string-based electronic renditions. With Aspyer’s production singularity at the helm once again, “Aurora” builds off the refreshing spirit of “Symphony” through another masterful cross of sharp violin work and what he labels as “elements that are similar to the music of the 2010s,” a decade in which he accurately deems to be dance music’s summit.
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