A “current edge” House sound – Squire releases his EP “Find Me on Fire” on trueColors

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“Find Me on Fire”, is the perfect name for this LP and Squire‘s current status as a DJ and producer as one of the most interesting upcoming Spanish and international talents in the scene. trueColors has followed him for some time, heard his works on the dancefloors all over the globe and more then excited to present 5 outstanding original productions. These tracks are special in many ways. They stand for countless hours of hard work, high standards of quality and the perfect combination of influences to form a “current edge” house sound. While Squire’s discography is beyond impressive, with releases on world’s renowned labels and support by tastemakers he remains humble, surprising with each coming production. Joining the release with remixes of the title track, Jonas Rathsman and Raw District make it their own, achieving the perfect task and purpose of the remix.

trndmsk: What inspired you to produce the EP?

Squire: Travelling. It probably inspires me every time I make music. It’s all about getting to know new things, new cultures, new people, social relations. I get inspiration from everywhere I can, because I do believe inspiration is everywhere, it’s just the ability to be able to see it and capture it . That makes the difference on translating it into music.

Where did you record it? And how?

Most of the tracks in my studio at home, the rest in my laptop. Some parts I use samples and some others I did record a vocalist in New York and some organic sounds I like to play with. But yes, mostly everything happens in my home studio.

How did you get in contact with the record label?

I just sent some demos to see if it was the right place for an EP and they liked it, I like their releases and how they manage their artists so they seemed very professional and its always attractive  when you work with someone who cares and respects the artist work. You know that they will give a special treatment to every piece of music they sign, and this is always welcomed, at least for me.

What’s up next after the release? Are you working on any other projects?

I’m back in the studio now as I couldn’t do much during the summer due to shows and commitments, but I’m back and ready to write something fresh. I’ve got an EP coming in February 2020 on Get Physical and I’m really looking forward to that.