DeModa

DeModa

DeModa


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Producer
Bio
You know that song you've got stuck in your head? The one you catch yourself humming as it loops endlessly on a seamless circuit that transcends space and time? Yeah, it's Demoda's fault. But before you place blame for an addiction to his latest single, “Clear Conscience“ — a track even Alana Shulz of The DJ List considers “an electronic lover’s idea of heaven” — be advised that DeModa is poised to unleash further potent productions on the population. And immunity to his infectious original music will be scarce. For his style itself, packed with catchy melodies, groovy basslines and popping drums, is the antidote to everything else out there.

So what can you do? Well, first you should know that the laptop tapping wiz has been playing guitar since age 12 and can keep his cool on piano -- plus he's sharpened his sonic skills with regular performances at Pacha NYC and Slake. Then you need to check out DeModa's self-titled EP, out last April, and just try not to melt when the ultra-chill breaks into hot drops. With influences culled from tropical, hip-hop and electro beats, the NY-based artist crafts emotional soundscapes that have caught the attention of EDMSauce.com, NoisePorn.com, OnlyTheBeat.com, as well as YourEDM.com -- and defy the most stubborn resolve.

Still think you're safe? Then you must have missed the mind-blowing remixes, including a version of Odesza's "White Lies" that even Mak-J "just can't honestly stop listening to" and his polarization of "Molecules," two renderings of the Atlas Genius single spanning a sonic spectrum. Relentless? Yes. More releases? Come this March, DeModa dares you to download the next single off his upcoming LP, Polar South — as if resistance wasn’t futile!
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Location
NYC

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Shamal Ranasinghe

I dig this. I like the sounds you're mashing together but something feels too much. The vocals gets drowned out by a lot happening in the track. The video is a bit too strobe lighty for me and makes me want to look away. I think if you lost the element of constant  motion in the background it would be nice simpler effect to show silhouettes and patterns. I can't share this as it's only a clip. Most people will only share a full submission.