French electronica master DJ Pad releases new album ‘Y’

The French composer of digital music known as DJ Pad has released his latest LP record album, titled, “Y.” The record contains no fewer than 14 original tracks from DJ Pad, for an approximate total listening time of one hour and 20 minutes, roughly twice as much music as a typical full-length record comprises. The popular DJ Pad, although well-known for publishing massive amounts of music at a time, has outdone himself with this latest record. It represents Pad’s having released more than 100 official tracks in the term of a single year.

For his “Y” LP, DJ Pad cites Angerfist, Stunned Guys, Endymion and (“more recently”) Miss K8 as main artistic influences.

“Y” is the fourth LP album from DJ Pad since his emergence in late 2012, since which time he has published November of 2012’s “Waiting to Be Discovered,” July of 2014’s “Dubstep: First Strike” and “A Trip in My House, Part I,” June of 2014’s “A Trip in My House, Part II,” and now his December 2014 release, “Y.”

Each of these fine records is in excess of an hour long and showcases the digital maestro in a different sonic character than does any of the others. Each official DJ Pad release has been proudly published on the 4000 Records independent music label, entirely without support from the corporate music industry. Pounding, thrumming, and blazing with color and creativity, “Y” by Dj Pad is perhaps the most cutting-edge collection of new material from a digital artist in recent memory.

What will not come as a surprise to Pad fans is that “Y” is yet another new facet of Pad’s musical personality. “Y” is an LP made up of electronica tracks from the gabber subgenre, which is sometimes called “hardcore.”

“I’ve already released house and dubstep tracks,” writes DJ Pad, “but to finish this year (and to surpass the milestone of commercially releasing more than 100 tracks in a single year) I’ve decided to show another face of my musical personality – but not the last! I know that gabber is slowly rising from the underground but this is not why I’ve decided to release this compilation of my best tracks in this genre. It is just because I’m totally fond of this freaking epic style of music.”

“Y” by DJ Pad is available online worldwide. Congratulations go out from the world of electronica to DJ Pad! Writing and producing 100 songs in a single year is an achievement of titans.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

http://www.MondoTunes.com

Y” by DJ Pad –

http://www.amazon.com/Y-Explicit-Dj-Pad/dp/B00Q6ILUJK/

Website –

http://soundcloud.com/dj-pad

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DJ Pad releases new LP ‘A Trip in My House Part 2’

The French composer and producer of digital music called DJ Pad has released his latest LP record album, “A Trip in My House Part 2.” Like his previous material, it has been published on the 4000 Records music label. The LP is the third full-length record to be officially released from Pad in less than a single season. It is the latest in a series with which Pad has been cataloging his sonic personality with precision, efficiency, ingenuity and imagination the EDM world has perhaps never seen before.

 

DJ Pad’s “Dubstep: First Strike” album appeared in May, boasting a whopping two-and-a-half hours of EDM, to be closely followed by “A Trip in My House Part 1” in the latter part of the same month. As the first installment of DJ Pad’s new series, “A Trip in My House Part 1” also came out of the box with over 150 minutes of music, meaning that the unbelievably prolific DJ Pad released approximately 60 original songs in the month of May alone. This latest edition, “A Trip in My House Part 2” has capped this achievement with yet another 30 songs, making for a grand total of seven-and-a-half-hours of excellently creative, colorful, and engaging digital music from Pad in less than twelve weeks.

 

DJ Pad has cited as personal influences such artists as Afrojack, Sebastian, Swedish House Mafia, Infected Mushrooms, ATB, Cosmic Gate, Atomic Cat, as well as founding fathers of the scene such as Hanz Zimmer and Mike Oldfield.

 

High points of interest on “A Trip in My House Part 2” include the delicate and classical, “Poizon” and the baroque-inspired “One More Kiss.” DJ Pad shows off his old-school, house music chops in “Time to Wake Up” and “Remember Me,” both of which are especially suited for playing at dance clubs at midnight anywhere in the world. “Yet Another Track,” shows what Pad can do with live, mixed and highly varied instrumentation. This proves to be quite a lot, as Pad has more than 16 years playing accordion and understands melodious interplay explicitly.

 

DJ Pad’s official bio states that he has written and produced more than 500 songs in about 30 different genres, but focusing mostly on electro-house, trance, and dubstep. He has been making beats since late 2008.

 

“A Trip in My House Part 2” by DJ Pad is available online worldwide. It stands as a monument to one of the most inspirational work ethics music has ever known.

 

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

http://www.MondoTunes.com

 

A Trip in My House Part 2” by DJ Pad –

 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00LPQHHL8/ref=sr_1_9_rd?ie=UTF8&child=B00LPQHT5W

 

DJ Pad’s Official Soundcloud –

 

https://soundcloud.com/dj-pad

DJ Pad releases new LP ‘A Trip in My House Part 1’

The DJ and composer of electronic music known globally as DJ Pad has released his latest collection of original tracks, the first installment of his new series, “A Trip in My House Part 1.” Like Pad’s more recent releases, the LP has been published on the 4000 Records music label. It is the most significant DJ Pad material to appear on shelves since his early May 2014 album, “Dubstep: First Strike,” which turned heads worldwide for its comprehensive spread of 30 tracks over two and a half hours of listening.

 

Not to disappoint his growing fan base, DJ Pad has released “A Trip in My House Part 1” with yet another 30 tracks and another two and a half hours of listening. As the two albums have been published in the same month, it is likely that no musician in the EDM genre has ever before released as much masterfully composed material to the public within 30 days as France’s DJ Pad has done. Clearly, Pad is one of the world’s most prolific living songwriters in any genre.

 

Pad has cited as main artistic influences such musicians as Afrojack, Sebastian, Swedish House Mafia, Infected Mushrooms, ATB, Cosmic Gate, Atomic Cat, as well as founding fathers of the scene, such as Hanz Zimmer and Mike Oldfield (“Tubular Bells”). DJ Pad’s official bio states that he has written and produced more than 500 songs in about 30 different genres, but focusing mostly on electro-house, trance, and dubstep. He has been making beats since late 2008.

 

“I’m a french producer who makes trance, house, hardcore/gabber and some other styles of music like psytrance, ambient, and dubstep,” writes the composer.

 

DJ Pad has made a great deal of his music available for listening online in a wide variety of mediums. His most laudable and popular accomplishments remain his LP records, which are sold at over 750 online stores worldwide. Fans of EDM, house music, and electronica in general would do themselves a great disservice to miss out.

 

“A Trip in My House Part 1” by DJ Pad is available online everywhere.

 

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

http://www.MondoTunes.com

 

A Trip in My House” by DJ Pad at eMusic –

 

http://www.emusic.com/album/dj-pad/a-trip-in-my-house-part-1/14939867/
Website –
http://dj-pad.com

DJ Pad releases new LP ‘Dubstep: First Strike’

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Europe’s DJ Pad has released his latest LP record album, “Dubstep: First Strike.” It is the most significant full-length album from DJ Pad since the release of his December 2012 LP, “Waiting to Be Discovered.” Comprised of 30 original tracks for an approximate total listening time of nearly two-and-a-half hours, “Dubstep: First Strike” represents Pad’s most comprehensive collection of songs to date, it serves as proof that DJ Pad may be the world’s most prolific dubstep artist making music today. Populated with beats, grooves and melodies across the entire scale of human emotions, “Dubstep: First Strike” is the definitive DJ Pad record and one of the scene’s most vividly creative accomplishments.

 

The French DJ and composer of electronic music comes from a broadly varied background. With more than 16 years of expertise playing accordion, his listening tastes lean more toward popular electronic musicians such as Afrojack, Sebastian, Swedish House Mafia, Infected Mushrooms, ATB, Cosmic Gate, Atomic Cat, and founding fathers of the scene such as Hanz Zimmer and Mike Oldfield. DJ Pad’s music on “Dubstep: First Strike” draws from all these tones and styles, but with even more diversity than one might expect.

 

In fact, DJ Pad’s “Dubstep: First Strike” includes a great deal of his musical catalog, which has something for everyone

 

“This time I’ve decided to release almost all the dubstep I’ve made, plus one epic drum ‘n’ bass track,” writes DJ Pad. “I want to show another face of my musical personality (but there are also others, for example, trance).”

 

DJ Pad’s official bio states that he has written and produced more than 500 songs in about 30 different genres, but focusing mostly on electro-house, trance, and dubstep. He has been making beats since late 2008.

 

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

www.MondoTunes.com

 

Dubstep: First Strike” at Amazon –

 

http://www.amazon.com/Dubstep-First-Strike-Dj-Pad/dp/B00JOTT2PC/ref=sr_1_1?s=dmusic&ie=UTF8&qid=1398963665&sr=1-1&keywords=%22Dubstep%3A+First+Strike%22

 

Website –

http://dj-pad.com/

 

eMail –

http://facebook.com/DjPadOfficial

DJ Pad releases new single ‘4000’

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The French composer of digital music known as DJ Pad has released his most recent single track, titled, “4000.” The track has been independently released of support from major corporate music companies on the 4000 Records music label. Not literally a single release but rather only a single in the categorical sense, DJ Pad’s “4000” has been published with two other digital music tracks alongside, “Pride” and “Prism (Reloaded).” The trio of songs have a combined approximate total listening time of 15 minutes, longer than some EP album releases.

 

DJ Pad cites such artists as Hallucinogen, ATB, Cosmic Gate, Angerfist, Afrojack, Sebastian, Hanz Zimmer, and Mike Oldfield as main artistic influences. He describes himself in one online bio in the following few words: “I’m a french producer who makes trance, house, hardcore/gabber and some other styles of music like psytrance/ambient/dubstep.”

 

“4000” is DJ Pad’s most significant official release since his late 2012 double LP record, “Waiting to be Discovered,” a gigantic and remarkable record which included two hours of music. It was this record which broke DJ Pad to the music listening world, and one which permanently lifted him to the status of one of France’s most imminent and creative EDM artists in recent years.

 

To date, DJ Pad has composed a great many hours of music – 35 at last public count – and has made five albums available to the public. He has said that his goal in making music is to inspire good feelings in the hearts of his fans, and to “share the craziness and the happiness of the songs’ beats, making listeners have a sudden urge to move their feet and forget all the worries of life.”

 

“4000” by DJ Pad, as well as his past LP records, are available online worldwide.

 

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

http://www.MondoTunes.com

 

ADD’L INFO:

 

4000” by DJ Pad –

 

http://www.amazon.com/4000-Single-Dj-Pad/dp/B00IYB9YZE/ref=sr_1_1?s=dmusic&ie=UTF8&qid=1396287060&sr=1-1&keywords=Dj+Pad

French artist Dj Pad releases new album “Waiting to be Discovered”

French DJ artist, Dj Pad has released new album “Waiting to be Discovered”

French artist Dj Pad has released his newest long playing album, “Waiting to Be Discovered.” The record is extremely creative and unique, drawing from the widely varied techno and digital music genre in surprisingly different ways. Dj Pad opens up his record with sounds not unlike Moby’s, but quickly moves into unlikely, less mainstream areas such as eighties synth disco (see “Bleed Electric,” track four) and post-trance/psytrance (“Back to School” track eleven). Several touches of dubstep are present, as well as some wholly dubstep tracks, but the album has only one overarching tone and style – Dj Pad’s own – and he is as comfortable composing an old school early nineties deep house track as he is a 2012 dubstep epic.

 

In addition to the record’s versatility, it is also unusually enormous for a single release: “Waiting to be Discovered” is over an hour and a half long, though Dj Pad suggests that this could easily be enlarged to encompass much, much more. “I spend many hours per day composing tracks,” he writes. “At the moment, I’ve produced almost 35 hours of music.” Unsurprisingly, this remarkable collection of compositions shows a healthy use of differentiation. “I’ve slowly begun to producing some experimental tracks, and also to focus on more mainstream genres,” writes Dj Pad. “I’ve released five albums that are freely available, but now I’m thinking of going to the next level, although making money is not really the point.” The album title, therefore, is not allegorical: “I mostly want to increase my visibility.”

 

As influences Dj Pad names the artists Hallucinogen, ATB, Cosmic Gate, Angerfist, Afrojack, Sebastian, Hanz Zimmer, and Mike Oldfield, a list which stretches decades back and also into the contemporary releases category, which explains how Pad has become so elastic in his skills as a song smith. Another hint of this has to do with Pad’s own background as a musician. “I’ve started making electronic music simply by curiosity, though I really started playing music much younger; I’ve been playing accordion for 15 years.” This affinity with traditional instruments is perhaps how he has learned to leave space between his many layers of sound. Many modern digital artists simply throw track after track on top of one another, creating the same sort of mush that develops when too much of anything is mixed together.

 

“Waiting to be Discovered” is easily Dj Pad’s best collection of tracks to-date, and is widely available online beginning December 28 of 2012.

-S. McCauley

Staff Press Release Writer

MondoTunes

 

The LP “Waiting to be Discovered” is distributed globally by MondoTunes (www.MondoTunes.com) and is available at iTunes for convenient purchase and download

 

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ARTIST CONTACT INFO:

 

eMail –

djpad@djpadmusic.com

website –

http://www.dj-pad.com