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“Throughout my life, I've sought serenity heavily – serenity is calm within the storm, not absence of a storm,” says house master Eric Sharp in deep reflection with which we fully agree. A comparison that reflects a truth metaphorically, and that he now takes to the musical field with his new single, Like Water. Being the first track from his forthcoming EP, the sound artist collaborates with vocalist and meditation teacher Doe Paoro, whose voice channels the adventure into which we are immersed.

This new track is a direct invitation to the listener to free himself and let himself be carried away. An ode to the emancipation of any type of ties, to the most absolute freedom, both from the mental and physical limits so that we can all enjoy this release, on the dance floor. Sharp, who signed to Win Music in 2013 and released his EP Sharp Cuts and has continued to build upon this foundation with remixes for Atlantic Records' Melanie Martinez or Major Lazer's Jillionaire, continues to evolve in his sound as he advances in his renowned career. And Like Water is his new episode, a perfectly executed complete piece.

The master of sound, who was tapped for a residency at Los Angeles’ esteemed Sound Nightclub, is honest with his feelings and his personal stamp. A way of seeing life defined by health, veganism or surrealism, which he also transfers to music. On this occasion, by the hand of Doe Paoro, in an effective alliance that transports us to another universe in which we forget about our problems and let ourselves go with the sole purpose of enjoying. Something we need now more than ever.

David Alarcón
Peter Karas

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