New Audio: Uppermost’s Anthemic, M83 Channeling Single

Behdad Netjabakshe is a Paris, France-based electronic music producer and electronic music artist, best known as Uppermost who has received international attention for material released through a number of renowned labels including Sony BMG, Ministry of Sound, BugEyed Records, Starlight Records and his own Uppwind Records with his “Equivocal” landing at #3 on the Beatport electro-house charts back in 2009 and his Biscuit Factory EP ranking first on the JunoDownload electro-house charts, as well as having his work playlisted by renowned artists and producers such as Tiesto, Armin van Buren and Steve Angello. Adding to a growing international profile, Netjabakshe has remixed the work of Daft Punk, deadmau5, Burial, Crystal Castles, Jonathan Coulton, Syl Johnson, Congorock and countless others.

Netjabakshe’s forthcoming full-length effort Origins 2011-2016 is a massive 23 song LP that features some of the French electronic music artist and producer’s most popular songs such as “Flashback,” “Beautiful Light,” “Reminder” and “Mistakes” as well as a ton of new material including the shimmering and anthemic M83-channeling single “Thousand Colors,” a single that possess enough muscle to rock clubs all over the world.

 

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