Ransom Pres. Bear Grillz [Usa] + Will Clarke [Uk / Dirtybird]

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Ransom Pres. Bear Grillz [Usa] + Will Clarke [Uk / Dirtybird]
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BEAR GRILLZ
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Proving that opposable thumbs or a basic grasp of the human language are not necessary prerequisites for EDM domination, allow us to introduce to you Bear Grillz. He's certainly not your standard 28 year-old grizzly bear...

Hailing from Yosemite national park, Grillz's story begins on a typical afternoon spent growling at marmots and eating tourists. While busy trying to digest one particularly tricky mountain climber, he discovered amongst his possessions something called a 'MacBook Pro'. Fast forward 9 months, 6,000 YouTube tutorials and a duck later and we have his debut creation, The 'High Grade' EP!

WILL CLARKE
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Will Clarke first blew up on the scene in early 2014 when his Big Booty EP was released on Worthy’s Anabatic label, later picking up support from Jamie Jones and MK during the festival season that year. All of the hype Will received surrounding this release won the attention of Dirtybird Head Honcho Claude VonStroke who then welcomed Will into the Dirtybird family and saw him become one of the label’s most regularly released artists with 7 tracks in 2015.

Like many artists Will Clarke’s sonic palette comes his experiences and influences from home and afar. The roots of his sound stem from both his home town of Bristol, and his seasonal home in Ibiza, which have forged Will’s style; a style that fuses the best of Bristol’s bass elements with the upfront house music sensibilities of the white isle. Talking of his approach to productions Will says “I make music for clubbers, not DJs. I sample a lot of old school rave tracks from the 90s, with 21st Century production techniques.” Then add those little influences from Bristol and Ibiza and you will understand why Will’s music holds such a broad appeal and is often supported by the cream of the crop in the industry.
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By: The MET Brisbane