4mplify Breaks the Scene With Madison Square Records
Introducing 4mplify, an up-and-coming producer who’s quickly earning his rank among an ensemble of great European disco pioneers, and of course he’s Belgian.
4mplify just released his Discosmolgy EP last month on the recently established Madison Square Records , which is already looking to be a very promising label. His funk-laced percussive basslines with undertones of deep house rhythms and breezy synthesizers produce a notable change in an increasingly trending genre. This crafty Belgian delicately blends an energetic 2-step club beat with melodic Italo nostalgia, subtly upping the notch for those to come, and that’s right up our alley. What sets a great divide between this producer and his ever-growing competition is his rapid success and how he seems to have skipped over a large part of the musical due process: years of hard work and no reward. Only on the scene for less than eighteen months and predominately unrecognized, he’s already got the attention of artists like Punks Jump Up, who featured his song Comsmico on their November mixtape, which ranked Number 15 on Traxsource.com’s Nu Disco Essential 20 amongst Aeroplane, Morgan Geist, and more. Considering how early in his career he is, 4mplify’s discography is pretty stacked too, and I can’t think of a disappointing track in his collection. The Discosmology EP is pure gold, and his mixes are completely composed of his own tracks, and we like that a lot folks.
We get really excited for artists like this, fresh out of nowhere and hitting the tables running. The Cosmico track is particularly cutting edge and absolutely impossible not to get immediately down to. Madison Square Records was just founded recently this year in Greece, and is already building a reputation for themselves as a household name for aspiring talent in a crowded genre.