Owls Records drops magnificent ‘Superhuman’ by RavenKis
Having established his own imprint Owls Records, Frenchy talent RavenKis has made an important turn not only with his career but also with his music style. ‘Superhuman’ is his landmark track. He presents a renewed inspiration, with the addition of pop and movie influence, combined with his house background. Moreover, ‘Superhuman’ featuring Thomas Daniel is the first track under his newly-established label, coming out October 5, 2018!
Viralbpm caught up with the French talent to talk about his past, present and future.
The French progressive house DJ/producer RavenKis returns with a new amazing soft but progressive pop track, following an amazing remix of “The Kill” from the legendary band “Thirty Seconds To Mars” and “Glorious“, a true testament to his rich and dreamy lead line.Once again, RavenKis left nothing behind in the studio; the producers’ signature style is fully alive in this latest release. The track has a soaring melody that remind us the best productions of his native myth David Guetta. ‘Superhuman’ is a production with attention in details and features harmonically Thomas Daniel’s vocals.
RavenKis is part of a new generation of young French music talents; with unique progressive house sound, made of uplifting chords, guitar riffs and an extreme care of details.
Hailing from Paris, otherwise known as Pierre-Louis Calme made his mark in the dance music industry by unleashing monumental ‘Stellar’. The song was released on Steve Angello’s revered imprint Size Records in 21st April 2017. It also followed an extremely successful tenor since 2014 with releases on various major labels, such as Axtone and Spinnin’.While his dynamic production skills keep on receiving strong support from worldwide EDM heavyweights Axwell, Hardwell, Nicky Romero and Kryder, just to name a few, RavenKis sat down with Viralbpm a few months ago to talk about his new tracks, influences and a specific label he’d like to get a release on some day.
Listen to RavenKi’s ‘Superhuman‘ below, out via Owls Records.