Last week I was able to find 24 worthy selections from the forever congested world of my soundcloud stream for the 4th edition of “Feeling This”. There are some serious stand outs from the likes of Voduz, 16 yr old, Louis Futon, Persian Empire and a slew of solid tracks from a variety of talented producers. Expect to see a bigger playlist for next week as I was only able to really dig for a few days for this playlist. Tracklist and links to all the artists soundcloud pages can be found below and if you want to recommend a track for #5, just send me a link on Twitter (@bmuse) or on Soundcloud (@AlwaysHustle) and I’ll be sure to give it a listen.
Damn this entire project just just so dope, This is my first taste of the work of Sam Khatam aka “Persian Empire” and I know it will not be my last. Germany has always been known for it’s talented producers in electronic music but I don’t think I’ve ever heard somebody with beats like this come out of Deutschland before. I love his use of samples on his tracks which is often missing in a lot of today’s “Bass” or “future bass” music. Check out his bio and links below and support “DONC” with a dl from his bandcamp page. Straight fire right here!
Sam Khatam better known as Persian Empire is a young upcoming producer from Germany.
Music was always a big influence in Sam’s life, therefore it’s hard to date the beginning of Persian Empire. After traditional music lessons in his youth, Sam discovered the great variety of the electronic music scene, which he became acquainted with.
In 2011 he started to produce his own compositions, by using selfmade sounds along with edited samples. The self-taught artist deconstructs the traditional structure of music and transforms his samples into a detailed electronic sound. Smooth synthesizers, deep bass beats and experimental vocals create harmonic compositions, which extend the diversity of the “bass” and “2-step” genre. When he isn’t producing his own music, Sam is collaborating with selected artists from around the world and gets featured in numerous blogs and mixes.
In a short period of time he found his own way of expression to meet with good response within the community.