L.A.’s @BobbyNourmand takes us on another journey into late night dance bliss with “The Sun”

BOBBY NOURMAND, “The Sun”

There is no denying that the music of L.A. producer Bobby Nourmand can easily find its way under your skin.  It’s music that is specifically designed for clubs, usually featuring big house beats and rhythms, many distinct synth sounds unique to Bobby’s music, and either hooks or vocals (or sometimes both) which make his songs stand apart from so many others who are better known in the dance music world.  Despite its title, “The Sun” is definitely a song for the late night club crowd, a worthy companion to “Subterranean” and “Estranged” from his most recent EP for his new DITN imprint.  His vocalist here is Adam Engle from noted UK band Blonde, who have had three Top 20 UK hits and have worked with singers Craig David, Alex Newell, and Karen Harding, as well as producers like Sigala.  Adam’s vocal is shape-shifted into an eerie but seemingly all-knowing voice that helps make “The Sun” so hypnotic.  “The Sun” is a feast for your ears and your mind.  Add it to your Late Night Deep House playlist using the Spotify link above.