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May 29, 2016

Review: Bobby Puma ft. Desiree Dawnson Come Alive on Armada Deep

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Written by: Airec Syprasert

Bobby Puma, hot on heels of his recent huge collaboration with Tiesto “Making Me Dizzy“, is now back with a new release on Armada Deep. He joined forces with Desiree Dawson to create the house anthem of the summer, “Come Alive“. Desiree‘s angelic vocals introduce the track alongside high energy percussion, guaranteed to make you want to get up and dance from start to finish. Complimenting Desiree‘s vocals, Puma drops the track into a high energy deep house groove sure to make you bounce. The track’s winning combination of ethereal vocals, emotive lyrics, and a deep progressive beat adapts from easy listening during the day to a groovy dance floor anthem.

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In the modern dance music scene, the dynamic ability to create innovative music that blurs lines between genres is essential to a producer’s success and longevity. Bobby Puma‘s ability to craft masterful tracks that encapsulate a large spectrum of electronic music has been proven through an impressive track record that includes collaborations with Chuckie, famous Tiesto and releases on world-renowned labels such as Doorn Records, Musical Freedom or Smash The House. Keep an eye out for more music from Bobby coming soon; you’re guaranteed to be both surprised and impressed.



About the Author

Airec Syprasert
Airec Syprasert is a graduate from San Francisco State University with a degree in English, Creative Writing and dabbled a little bit in journalism. Originally from the small town Visalia, he now lives in San Francisco. Airec has a vast taste for music, literature, and various forms of comedy. Since graduating, Airec shares a piece of his humor with his two blogs adarkmindedgiggle.com and sorryasianparents.com. Another blog that he writes for is for Phoria Events, reviewing trance music. Aside from writing, Airec enjoys going to live music shows of all types and tries to attend as many festivals as he can.




 
 

 

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