The Sandman releases new single ‘Day and night’



The composer of electronic music known as the Sandman has released his latest EDM dance track, “Day and Night.” The track has been released in two formats, a radio edit and an original version which adds nearly two full minutes of listening to the already spacious digital creation. Largely written in the tradition of contemporary Euro-house music with certain retro additions and a tastefully understated back beat paced at 128 BPM, “Day and Night” is both well named and wonderful to hear, a fine introduction to the Sandman for audiophiles who may not yet have had the pleasure.


The Sandman first gained professional fame with his 2012 debut solo release, “Red Power.” He is the co-founder of the production crew publicly referred to as Geneden, which operated until 2011, performing regularly at the famous Trashbags nightclub in Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory. Sandman cut his teeth programming melodies and arrangements for Geneden, as well as overseeing the mastering of their material firsthand. His work with Geneden, along with partner Rob Kingi, garnered him the support of such artists as DJ Antention, Haezer, Redial, and others.


Sandman’s first exposure to music was at the age of four, playing violin. He remains capable of playing some of the world’s most famous music, including those of his personal favorite, Johann Sebastian Bach. An accomplished singer as well, the Sandman won the title of City Champion Vocalist of Ping Ding Shan before he was 12 years old, and has since performed at such venues as States Stadium for Chinese New Year for thousands of attendees, the State Premier included.


With the release of “Day and Night,” it is clear that the Sandman is only just getting warmed up. Fans around the world are paying close attention to this exciting Eastern composer from Down Under.


“Day and Night” by the Sandman is available online worldwide.


-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer





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