warner case Drops Spellbinding Third Volume Of His EP 'dance music for dancing'
House is arguably the most dominant genre in the music industry. Festivals like Miami's iii Points and San Diego's CRSSD are popping up around the world, along with a seemingly infinite amount of concerts and house venues. As fresh artists continue to drive this movement further and further, the rising superstar warner case is at the forefront. Residing in the entertainment hub of NYC, case is a talented model, multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, producer, and DJ who brings his unique style to every track.
Recently, case delivered two infectious house collabs: "believe in ghosts", with Dutch house veteran Oliver Heldens, and "summer on the inside", with French producer Jean Tonique. But case is much more than a gifted producer. He has dedicated years to becoming a skilled DJ, providing a captivating stage presence for his audience. In addition to touring the east coast with Polo & Pan, case has directly supported the likes of Dom Dolla, Flight Facilities, Disclosure, and Gorgon City to name a few.
Big-name artists like Latroit and Kaskade have returned the favor by playing out his groovy tracks and will continue to do so, especially with case's new EP "dance music for dancing" volume three.
Sharing his thoughts on the EP's opening song, case says, “‘show you how i feel’ explores the fundamental element of dance: the expression of emotion through movement. Sometimes words aren't enough, sometimes words just aren't right, and the only way to tell someone how you feel is to move with them. a dance floor connection is unlike any other; it's sacred and raw, wordless and ancient, pure.”
Following up "show you how i feel", hypnotic anthems like "drum baby" and "go go" utilize vocals chops and crisp basslines to radiate vintage disco vibes. Balancing out the EP, is warehouse bangers such as "telephone" (do it again)", which features an invigorating buildup and emphatic drop. Adding to its dynamic aura, previously released singles "up up in my mind" and "bee's knees" are included as well. Altogether, "dance music for dancing" volume three is a monumental EP that puts the spotlight on case's sense of innovation and experienced sound design.