We all need a little convincing when trying something new. There’s no difference to this idea when filing through all the new music and artist to add to your playlists. Discovery is such a wonderful thing, especially when you discover a new artist who produces and spins house music. Here are three factoids to cater your mind and ears by hipping you to a dj/producer on the house music underground scene.
1. He’s from New Jersey.
The Garden State produced some the most talented artists in music across all genres. Growing up in South Jersey LARONN F captured all the sounds and vibes from a plethora of cultures. His mother met his father when dj’ing a BBQ in the summer. “I suppose that’s where my love of music literally starts; the love of being around music and treating it as a sort of wall paper of life.”
2. He’s an African American doing house music.
House music rose to prominence from Chicago’s African American music community and then changed into its many forms and sub genres. The history of African American culture using music to serve as a space for community and self-development while also promoting rational and radical political ideology continues with electronic music. "There’s a song I produced where I sampled a Dr. Amos Wilson speech which he gives societal and cultural commentary on the impact of music to the collective mind of the masses. It’s my attempt on making thought-provoking music.”
3. He creates music just for you.
LARONN F produces a kind of light and frothy brand of house music, not the hard and crunchy EDM type. There’s a certain energy and emotion that you can truly feel deep-down in your music soul. His deep house grooves are known to have a melodic pulse and a music heartbeat that flows through the bloodstream, not pulverizing the brain. The music elevates your brain to make you run better, more happy, and even raise the IQ while studying. “I just want to make music that you can listen to in any place, doing any activity. It’s just you and the music fitting perfectly together.”