Amba Shepherd’s Voice Shines in Bobby Vena’s Alternative Club Remix
Another track on repeat for an entire day.
But I guess that’s a good thing right? You want me to post tracks this good.
And this new.
Like 496 plays on YouTube new.
Jono Fernandez & Pauls Paris ft. Amba Shepherd – Let It Out (Bobby Vena Alternative Remix)
My Heart is in detox
The attention is slowly driving me mad
the pressure is building
the balance is out
Ill have to dig deep
to reclaim the now
I gottaa let it out
I gotta let it out
Where do you think I heard something this good?
Yes, it was on Myon & Shane’s International departures.
And yes you can listen to it over and over and over again any time you want on their website (http://ms54.com/podcast-episode/?id=220).
I was also pretty surprise to see that this track came from an Aussie Producer named Bobby Vena.
There doesn’t seem to be a strong Trance/Progressive scene in Australia outside of tyDi who we (we meaning #TranceFamily) all know and love.
Turns out we just interviewed tyDi, you can read that here: Behind The Beat | How to Lure DJ Tydi with Seattle Coffee
But back to Bobby Vena.
Who is he?
I can’t say I’m really quite sure yet, but if he keeps pumping out track like this….well…shitttttttt, I’ll like him on FB.
Check out his bio below
About Bobby Vena
Look into Bobby Vena’s career. Search the name. Find yourself among catalogues of high-end production, massive club event affiliation, and knowing nods from dance music’s elite. To be fair, very little actual searching is required…
In the past 2 years Vena has cemented his position as a production force to be reckoned with. The high demand for his remix work has proven this with the number of releases, high chart positions both locally and overseas and commercial radio airplay amongst inclusions on compilation CD’s through Onelove Recordings and others.
Vena’s debut single Rain Fall Down On Me featuring James McNally gained global recognition from his peers and fans alike reaching #14 on the ARIA Club Charts. This success was quickly followed up and exceeded with his collaboration alongside Andy Murphy ft. Livingstone – Let’s Go All In. #7 in the ARIA Club Charts, #7 in the UK Upfront Club Charts and #11 in the UK’s Cool Cuts Charts was just an indication of the support Vena received with this release from some of the “Big Name DJs” around the world including Top 100 Beatport Chart entries with both releases.
Not one to take it slow, Vena has continued his high output – high quality work while artists such as Axwell, Paul Oakenfold, Tommy Trash, David Guetta, Afrojack, Steve Aoki, Bass Kleph, Matisse & Sadko, Grammy nominees Morgan Page & Andy Caldwell, Style Of Eye, EDX, Grant Smillie (TV Rock), John Course and countless others have taken note of this up and coming future star and shown their support in their sets, radio shows and remix requests. Some of the artists that have received Vena’s touch include Avicii, Tommy Trash & John Dahlback, Cedric Gervais, Morgan Page, Andy Caldwell, Timomatic, Pitbull, Bass Kleph and many more.
Just like his production, Vena’s DJ sets maintain a big, versatile, mainroom sound used to fill floors and keep them full. Sharing bills with formidably varied acts like, Calvin Harris, Digitalism, Barb B More, Kid Massive, Drop The Lime, Sam La More, GT, Ruby Rose, Goodwill, Bang Gang, and Acid Jacks, not to mention the countless acts on Australia’s biggest EDM Festival Stereosonic where Vena played his debut festival set on the Innercity stage in 2011. Since then Vena has been a firm fixture on the local scene with regular headline shows filled with exclusive and unreleased material specially prepared to create a memorable and unique show that only Vena can deliver.
Bobby Vena is a name synonymous with critical and popular success in the local and global dance music scenes. Whether you search or not, odds are you’ve danced to sounds that originated from Vena’s booth or studio recently. We leave you with this fact, in 2012 Bobby Vena had over 60 entries in the ARIA Club Charts that include Originals, Collaborations and Remixes with more than one release residing in the charts at the same time and many of them reaching the top 10.
Might be worth looking into.