Joakim Carley has been playing at clubs and events all over Sweden and Europe already. He started producing his own tracks in 2007 and has been in collaboration with DJ and producer MrTea since 2009. The duo had an article in one of the leading music magazine for producers and musicians, Future Music Issue 231, about their first track “White Deck”. In 2011 Joakim focused on himself, after a great start with lots of gigs around Sweden he got the opportunity to make two remakes for Swedish singer Cazzi Opeia. He is now producing both House and Liquid Drum And Bass, featuring interesting beats and uplifting melodic synths. Plain is a smooth progressive house masterpiece that will take you on a magical journey. You might remember it from Eric Robberts' "30 minutes of unreleased Festival Music mix", this gem is as deep as progressive house can get, names like Eric Prydz, deadmau5 and the early years of Moguai instantly comes in mind. Press play, close your eyes and let Joakim's music invade your soul. Available exclusively on beatport!
Labels: Electrokill Media, House, Joakim Carley, Progressive/House