Renowned producer and DJ Joris Delacroix has released his latest single, ‘Homie’ on the 30th of November via SmallFishBigSea. Well-known for his deep house sound, the producer is constantly evolving and currently exploring the world of techno. Joris Delacroix has performed live at Cercle’s Rooftop Performance series and earned over 75 million plays across streaming platforms to date with support from the likes of Dancing Astronaut, CLASH Magazine, Magnetic Magazine, Deep House Amsterdam, Billboard Italia, When We Dip, FLAUNT Mag, Music Radar, DJ Mag France, and YouTube channel The Sound You Need to name a few.
LISTEN: Joris Delacroix – ‘Homie’
‘Homie’ is the third to be released via Joris Delacroix’s own imprint, with the first catchy single ‘Early Hours’ featuring Run Rivers followed by the experimental ‘Need Your Attention’ in collaboration with CEBB and accompanied by a live video shot in the historic Montpellier Opera.
Born and based in Montpellier, France, Joris Delacroix also draws inspiration from the likes of Daft Punk, Paul Kalkbrenner, Stefan Bodzin, Claude VonStroke, Stuart Price, David August, Maceo Plex, Rone, Rodriguez Jr, to name a few. ‘Homie’ calls to mind the likes of Stephan Bodzin, Ben Bohmer and Jan Blomqvist.
Be prepared to travel vast open soundscapes with Joris Delacroix as he folds you into his basslines and resounding synths. The playful melodic notes sparkle in contrast to the warm, rich electronic sounds, tessellating within the mind and creating their own rhythmic patterns. ‘Homie’ is a dance towards techno while still remaining in touch with his roots.
Speaking of the single, Joris Delacroix tells us: “‘Homie’ is the kind of music I enjoy producing the most. It’s all about mixing peaceful and dreamy vibes with powerful and uplifting sensations in a constantly evolving way. This contradictory feeling resonates deep inside in me and I still need to express it through my music. The style is between House music and Electronica and the main theme takes influences from Stephan Bodzin and Vitalic.”
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