Posts Tagged ‘Pierce Fulton’

May 29, 2017
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With a brisk vivacity and an abundance of indie house charm comes Better Places. The airy pumping, summer exuberant treat is sure to take you to better places, even if your day is as overcast as my Monday has been here in the Bay. Better Places comes from Vermont producer and master song crafter Pierce Fulton. He’s joined by California’s cantaloupe loving musician NVDES on the light hearted escapade. Better Places will break you out into beaming smiles with its rosy hooks and jovial whistles. Grab the uplifting jam, here.

April 11, 2017
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A burst of vibrant pumping jubilation greets us on Life In Letters, the latest invigorating single from Los Angeles based song crafter and producer Pierce Fulton. Life In Letters is a crisp coasting, ebullient springing anthem brimming with feel good indie dance vibes. It’s the perfect way to dance our way through spring and into the long, sunlit days of summer. Life In Letters is out now on iTunes. It was a long eight month wait since Pierce Fulton’s last single, Borrowed Lives, which featured IHM favorite NVDES. We’re hoping Life In Letters is a harbinger of much more music to come this year.

August 1, 2016
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MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 07.31.2016

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August 1, 2016
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Now Los Angeles based East Coast producer Pierce Fulton follows up on his NVDES featuring song, Borrowed Lives, with a sensationally crafted new jam, Echo Lake. It’s become readily apparent that Pierce Fulton possesses skills far beyond producing sweet grooving bangers. Echo Lake’s smooth decadence consists of fiery electro soul and bluesy rock. The magnificent jam comes from Pierce Fulton’s new Borrowed Lives EP, out now on iTunes.

July 21, 2016
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MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 07.19.2016

Featured music – July 19th, 2016

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July 20, 2016
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Cantaloupe loving Los Angles indie darling NVDES is the guest vocalist on East Coast producer Pierce Fulton’s new song, which is a welcome surprise considering how much IHM loves NVDES’ whimsical sashaying tunes. There’s definitely a mischievous sparkle to Borrowed Lives that befits NVDES’ presence. The electro swinging, folksy playful tune is a blissful return for Pierce Fulton, who I’m glad has recovered from his prior accident that left him hospitalized with some major injuries. His handiwork carries some Empire Of The Sun rhythmic charm this time around. Borrowed Lives is the title track from Pierce’s new EP, out this Friday, July 22nd. Pre-order the four track EP from iTunes.

June 2, 2015
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I’m certainly on a roll with the electronic jams this early evening, and this new offering from rising East Coast producer Pierce Fulton certainly has me flying high in the music stratosphere. Kuaga (Lost Time) is a new version of his smashing track Kuaga. The new vocal mix, which premiered on Billboard, is a high energy electro progressive romper that brings out the carefree kids within us. It beckons us to throw all worries aside, throw our arms into the air, and dance along to an adventurous journey full of wonder and hope. The Lost Time version of Kuaga will be releasing sometime next week.

January 17, 2015
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Rising East Coast producer Pierce Fulton made quite the mark with his prog and electro house hit Kuaga  last year. For 2015, he’s decided to re-work the tune but with all live instruments. The end result is a far more organic, spacious, and expansive track, thoroughly glorious and uplifting. I was just reading an article the other day on Billboard about how EDM is morphing and moving into a live instrument phase. Well, here ya go. The new live version of Kuaga is available for free download via the Soundcloud stream. 

November 15, 2014
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I have a couple more EDM treats for your weekend before I wrap it up for the moment, including this bursting remix of New Jersey electronic act Cash Cash’s electronic pop single Surrender by Pierce Fulton. It’s an uplifting and euphoric progressive house banger. It reminds me of Zedd’s music, especially paired with female vocals, like on Clarity. I had a lot of fun jumping 10 feet into the air to Clarity live, and this remix by Fulton can easily have the same effect.

November 15, 2014
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I have a couple more EDM treats for your weekend before I wrap it up for the moment, including this bursting remix of New Jersey electronic act Cash Cash’s electronic pop single Surrender by Pierce Fulton. It’s an uplifting and euphoric progressive house banger. It reminds me of Zedd’s music, especially paired with female vocals, like on Clarity. I had a lot of fun jumping 10 feet into the air to Clarity live, and this remix by Fulton can easily have the same effect.