Rising Producer STEARN Releases Memorable Deep House Tune “Take Me (So Far)”

With less than a year under his belt in the music industry, STEARN is already getting a lot of attention.  His remixes of Maala and Lil Peep have caught the eyes of some of the industry’s biggest labels, including Sony, who’ve released his latest single “Take Me (So Far)”.  With the track, the Brazilian producer manages to deliver a wonder of deep-house production.

“This track is all about good vibes, it is about an emotion stored in a mp3 file. This song is very special for me because I produced it on the New Year’s week, and every time I listen to it, I remember all those amazing days. I just hope that I can share this feeling with everyone” STEARN

With “Take Me”, STEARN fuses genres in a cohesive way; mixing house, deep house and future house, adding to the tracks versatility. The bright piano melody interacts seamlessly with the vocals in the break, playing together in the drop.  The rhythmic complexities of the instruments in the drop create an unforgettable vibe.

In under a year, STEARN already has already amassed more than ten-thousand plays and shows no signs of slowing down.  He’s definitely one artist to keep an eye on in the future.

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