2 years ago, it seemed as though David Hearbreak was going to be the next big artist in dance music having dropped an EP on OWSLA after playing shows for a couple years. Then tragedy struck, with the loss of a father-figure, his Grandmother and Niece all within a 3 month span. Understandably so, David Heartbreak had to walk away from music to deal with his loss.
After taking time to heal in Berlin, Heartbreak began to get back into the studio learning from some of the best producers out there and really mastering Ableton Live. Thus after a little hiatus, Heartbreak released his latest EP properly titled “No More Heartbreak.”
“No More Heartbreak” takes you on a musical journey through the unique style that is David Heartbreak. This 5 track EP showcases a variety of sounds and mixing techniques that make this EP truly one of its kind. The EP represents David Heartbreak’s loss, growth and rediscovery of his artistry and passion.
If you keep score with genres, you could classify this EP as trap, future bass & r&b. Most importantly though, it is just good music. You can click the links the below to connect with David.
Connect with David Heartbreak: Soundcloud | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
Arntre Radio celebrates one year of our exclusive mixes tonight on Dash Radio. TONIGHT AT 6:00 pm PST, catch our 1 year anniversary show on the Electro City Channel on the Dash radio app or on their website (www.dashradio.com) in the Apple store or Google Play.
For our one year anniversary, we have the live electronic collaboration, MRNG of Warpaint Records in for an exclusive one hour mix. Jerrett, David & Raf have prepared a killer live set for this special night.
Date: April 9th, 2017
Time: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm PST
Location: Dash Radio
Station: Electro City
Catch any of our 1st year’s episodes in the iTunes store in the link below!
ARNTRE RADIO PODCAST
Out on DEVOiD Records, the debut album from Jesse Slayter. Recently featured on Arntre Radio, Jesse follows up with a nice infusion of EDM and rock n roll creating a whirlwind experience of sounds. Jesse Slayter collaborated with several talented artists including G-Buck, Rae Okino & Fleshcassette.
The album titled, “I Killed Jesse,” encompasses different styles of house music ranging from house to future bass to funk to experimental to a 80’s style sort of pop synth and even drum n bass. Jesse Slayter shows his versatility as an artist in this release. It has high energy festival tracks type tracks and mellow tracks to just sit down and chill to. Jesse Slayter celebrates his love for rock n roll in some of the sounds chosen for this album.