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Following his “Demo Of The Day” track “Oxygen” on Hexagon Radio 172 by Don Diablo himself just a few weeks ago, Greece based DJ/producer Up High makes his debut to UK’s Panther’s Bass House channel in preparation for his newest bass house release, ‘The Grind‘.
The rising yet still relatively unknown producer has seen a recently successful remix of David Guetta & Martix Garrix‘ ‘Like I Do‘ or The Chainsmokers, and a well received tropical house styled original ‘Don’t Matter‘ with over 100k plays in less than one month!
Fresh off his release ‘The Grind‘, Up High is also taking over the Ensis Records Spotify Playlist this week, dropping his favourite selections.
As We Rave You mentions, much of his productions edging on a brimming space in commercial house it would be a surprise not to see his name become a recognizable one within the coming months if he can keep up his creative output.
Sitting on several ID’s and at this point just waiting for the right time to debut his creations, Up High can most definitely put his personal stamp on 2018 if executed correctly. Till now his music has already been supported by various artists including Kryder, Regilio, Yves V and many more.
With several of his latest releases coming all from the house genres, hopefully we will truly get a sense of Up High’s ability to produce across the genre boundary with some tracks outside of the house genres. To an experienced ear, the only question of his creative output and to directly make an impact on the house scene comes from his ability to produce seamlessly across multiple genres. Listen to ‘The Grind‘ via Panther’s Bass House below: