Deeper genres of house have evolved since warehouse parties, and creative producers are using new elements left and right to generate a synthesis of sounds to produce niche genres. Michael Calfan decided to use the organic nature of the ivory piano and his experience producing big room to create his own genre that he calls soul house. To give another example of its versatile composition, he puts forth “Mercy,” a house smash at its core keeps the mood light yet substantially big enough to be put on any stage size. If you haven’t heard any of Michael Calfan’s new sound, check out “Mercy because it is a perfect example of what he is currently delivering to the dance table.
I'm a writer and connoisseur of all types of music. I've been doing this for over 10 years now. Some of my favorite artists include Drake, J. Cole, Jay-Z, Travis Scott and Migos. Mike@stereoday.com