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DJ Phoenix / Press

“DJ Phoenix dropped his latest opus on us a week ago today. I’ve been listening to it near religiously. At least once a day for the past 4 days I’ve played it, usually two or 3 times. I’ve got to say I’ve been a fan of DJ Phoenix for a little over a year now, starting with his Northurn Skyez album, and even his EDMRevolution podcast has gotten regular plays from me. The guy is a machine, and a perfectionist with his music. Always putting fans and his art before himself, which leads me into some background on this album, which to be more accurate is closer to an EP. DJ Phoenix has held in all the negativity and bitterness from a bad breakup instead of moving on, he embraced it. Let it fill within him and took all that raw emotion and hate and poured it into a seven track masterpiece. Having heard so much of his music, I can confidently say this is his best album to date by a long-shot.”

“DJ Phoenix has held in all the negativity and bitterness from a bad breakup instead of moving on, he embraced it. Let it fill within him and took all that raw emotion and hate and poured it into a seven track masterpiece. Having heard so much of his music, I can confidently say this is his best album to date by a long-shot. That’s no insult to his other work either, the man is an EDM genius, and getting to know him on a semi-personal level has done nothing but make me respect him as an artist and professional even more.”

“I have been listening to DJ Phoenix’s “Northurn Skyez” album this past week and I must say it’s not too shabby. In fact it’s quite nice. The songs are in perfect arrangement. One song runs flawlessly into the next like one long mega-mix. The only caveat I have about this album is it gets a bit trance-y with it’s repetitive beats in some songs. It’s not a flaw of the album, it’s just a matter of me not being a huge fan of trance. If I was though, this would be flawless as an album. The album runs 12 tracks long, with a total run time of just over 60 minutes. I find this length to be great as most albums run way to short at 30-40 minutes or way to long at 80-90 minutes. I have to say the feel of this album goes well, it doesn’t bounce around genres much and sticks well to the electro house/trance style with industrial elements tossed in nicely.”

“DJ Phoenix is definitely a local artist that will be a good one to keep an eye on. He has talent, and a view on writing music that isn’t seen very often in todays artists. The Beats are Top Notch, and well structured, and the Melodies and synths have a flow that is nothing short of exceptional. Bottom line, this EP is worth every penny you will pay for it, and I cant wait to see what he does next.”

“This album is very nice! Definitely a good album to keep people dancing, which is kinda the point. Great work! :)”

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