UPPERMOST // ’23rd STREET’ – SINGLE REVIEW

French-Persian Electronic Producer Uppermost (aka Behdad Nejatbakhshe) has dropped a seriously dope track on us. The song “23rd Street” is a sweet fusion of house, funk, DJ, and Old School hip-hop. Uppermost taking inspiration from such artists as Daft Punk, Bonobo, and Deadmau5, to create an atmospheric instrumental that is all at once groovy and melodic. With ebbs and flows throughout the track like a tide from the ocean. “23rd Street” was released on the producers’ own imprint Uppwind Records on July 12th and you can listen to the track on Apple Music here and on Spotify below.

Stream Uppermost // “23rd Street” on Spotify here

Until then,

Brittney x

Brittney Williams is a music, editorial & fine arts photographer and writer based in Los Angeles, California — She started The Reclusive Blogger with hopes of sharing her voice and opinions on her favorite thing in the world... music. It has grown and continues to grow bigger than she ever imagined. When Brittney is working on The Reclusive Blogger. You can find her doing her other favorite thing... taking photos. You'll find me at a concerts and other events, and active on social media. I also love to decompress by reading and spend time with my family.

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