Devon James, Subrinse, Will OB combine on ‘Superstar’ on Farris Wheel
On a sunny summer day in Nashville, three good friends gathered together in a studio before playing a show later that night. As the boys were sippin’ on cold beers, munching down on hot chicken, and elevating their creative minds, Will OB was struck with inspiration. He jumped up into the vocal booth, laying down a fun, quirky and familiar phrase. Motivated by the herb and Will’s vocals, Devon James started laying down drums that were groovy, yet precise. Subrinse sprinkled in funky blasts of bass and infectious synth melodies. After just a few hours, this trio had finished a tune that is cheerful and carefree, yet effective on the dancefloor.
Incredible versatility behind the decks, impeccable prowess in the studio and unbridled passion for creating and exposing new art. All three of these things come to mind when you hear the name, Devon James. His undeniable style and his increasingly impressive DJ skills have landed him spots playing in support of legendary artists as well as modern icons. These include Kerri Chandler, Moodymann, Derrick Carter, Chris Lake, Mija. He even had a 3-hour B2B2B with Skream and Dennis Ferrer. With releases on W&O Street Tracks, Country Club Disco, SOUP, Psycho Disco, Audiophile. Production credits alongside the likes of Felix Da Housecat and Lee “Scratch” Perry, Devon James has made his mark as a leading force in the underground house music community.
Brooklyn based, Will OB has always been driven by his passion for energetic upbeat rhythms. Will’s production pairs powerful grooves with booming basslines. Racking up releases on labels such as Country Club Disco, Psycho Disco, Rawsome, and Audiophile. As a DJ, his sets are both energetic and refreshing, supporting the likes of Justin Martin, Sonny Fodera, and Detlef.
Subrinse creates club music somewhere caught between Techno, Hip/Hop and House, with releases on BroBot, SOUP NYC, and Unity Music. With a sub bass mentality, the young, Nashville- based Producer/DJ brings a deep yet energetic vibration to the U.S. club scene.
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