Charles D (USA) Constructs Two Massive Techno Singles ‘Heavy / So High’ for Factory 93 Records

The NYC-bred producer delivers two dark, heavy techno cuts as his label debut for Factory.

New York’s own Charles D is touching down on Factory 93 Records with his label debut, ‘Heavy / So High,’ both of which have been statement pieces in his sets over the last year.  

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Charles D’s unmistakable style combines hard-hitting techno grooves with progressive sounds and influence. His consistent output of material has earned him support from the likes of Eric Prydz, Layton Giordani, Cristoph, and many others. On his debut EP for Factory 93, the American producer explores the dark and heavy side of melodic techno, amounting to two tracks uniquely suited for massive rooms. 

“Heavy” is true to its name, with its thunderous groove punctuated by sweeping synthesizer swells and dramatic crescendos before diving into a lengthy breakdown. “So High” is more melodic, incorporating ghostly vocals and arpeggios to give the track an ethereal and spacious character. The track has already seen support from Adam Beyer at Creamfields, and the response was positively electric. 

“I’m super pumped to have these tracks come out,” says Charles D. “They have been a big part of my live sets over the past year.” 

The New Yorker’s touring schedule has taken him to some of the most prestigious clubs and festivals around the country, in addition to being roped in as direct support for Eric Prydz during his recent run of dates in North America. It was a natural progression, after securing numerous releases on the tastemaker’s mighty record label, including his chart-topping single “You” that has been on heavy rotation for countless like-minded artists since it first hit shelves a couple of years back. Charles D is now building onto that momentum with another set of solid techno weapons that have already begun to follow in its footsteps. 

Charles D’s new release ‘Heavy / So High’ is available everywhere via Factory 93 Records.

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Factory 93 explores the intersection of untethered creativity and bold self-expression, while never taking its finger off the pulse of the underground. When Insomniac broke out its figurative bolt cutters to dismantle the lock on the warehouse scene and return to its roots, it retold the story of its origins in hosting historic parties in the streets of Los Angeles. It also gave birth to a movement where discerning heads are living on the frontlines of celebrating radical ideas through the fusion of immersive live art, cutting-edge technology, and exceptionally curated house and techno. That vision continues to hold the same ground, even as the brand has grown and extends beyond the Downtown Los Angeles warehouse district, where it was originally conceived. Whether it’s at an intimate warehouse space or on a festival dancefloor, Factory 93 manufactures moments that make this culture one we’re proud to call our own.

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