With powerful bass, irresistible rhythm and emotional vocals, Italian producer Noah Baine makes a smashing solo debut.
Noah Baine is an Italian producer and DJ born in 1998. After an initial approach to music via the game DJ Hero, he launched into production in 2016 by forming the EDM / hip hop duo CLVZA. The following year, his track “I’m OK”, co-produced with Jayceeoh, was used by Diplo to open the Burning Man festival and then added to the Hype Spotify editorial playlist.
The young artist then continued his solo journey from 2018, building his universe inspired by the London underground club scene and artists like Skrillex or Burial. A personal and emotional aesthetic composed of powerful bass and pitched vocals that he refines in a DJ set, mixing his own productions with UKG, Drum & Bass, Jersey Club or Afro sounds.
After a remix for the English singer Bipolar Sunshine released at the end of 2023, Noah Braine entrusted us with the broadcast of his very first single, the title “Acelerar”, which can be listened to here. A track that is both emotional and club, composed around an unstoppable vocal line boosted by irresistible reggaeton rhythms. A real favorite from the first listen. The author of the song told us more about the conception of it:
The aim of “Acelerar” was to create a track that was both emotional and energetic at the same time. The first step in my process was finding the right vocal. Finding the right voice is crucial for me as it gives me the emotions I am looking for. Once I found it, I started playing with the pitch shifts and added some effects. The bass lines were created with a strong personality and a solid sub to blend with the drums, resulting in a dynamic and strong groove. Something was still missing, I needed to add more emotions to the tune. Using various plucks, I created a magical arpeggio that leads the whole song. I kept the momentum going by adding violins in the second part and finishing the track with some cinematic FXs. “Acelerar” is the first of a series of singles, following the same path and the same principles, “Stutter” will exceed expectations.