Corrupt Releases Electro House “Deep Love” & Interview [EXCLUSIVE]


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Corrupt is an American DJ and producer, Over the last few years Corrupt (aka James Caudle) has gone from an emerging artist in Columbus, Ohio to playing alongside the likes of The Chainsmokers, Martin Garrix, Diplo, Laidback Luke, 3LAU & many more.

Corrupt – “Deep Love”


From college bars, to night clubs, to festivals – Corrupt has left his mark in the midwest and continues to chase his dreams of producing and playing across the world.Corrupt’s production includes a variety of styles, each track showcasing his creativity and inspiration.

With recent features on TiΓ«sto’s Club Life Radio & Don Diablo’s Hexagon Radio, as well as support from artists such as The Chainsmokers, Breathe Carolina, and Disco Fries; Corrupt has shown he has what it takes to build a bright future in music.

Now Corrupt his released his new electro song “Deep Love”, a high energy electro house song that also features some deep house vibes.

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Corrupt Interview:

Tell us about “Deep Love”. How did you come up with this idea for this song?

I really wanted to make a power electro house track that went along with my style and sound. The melody was written a while back and I finally put it to use late last year.

 

Who sings the vocals?

The vocal came from some library full of similar samples and I just took that one phrase and tuned it to fit the song, it fit the melody so I ran with it πŸ™‚

 

What Inspired you to make this?

I’m a fan of electro & bass house and draw inspiration from several talented producers. Wanted to make something happy and heavy that people can dance to.

 

How did you begin producing electronic dance music?

Just kinda jumped into it like most people, started taking lessons from a friend and I was already DJing quite a bit, production & sound design is something I’ve been learning as I go.

 

Do you have a favorite VST plugin or instrument to use?

Serum is my go to for any saw or synth but I still use Sylenth a lot too. I love Ozone now that I can master my own tracks from home πŸ™‚

 

What can we expect from you next year?

A lot remixes in different styles. I’ll be pushing originals too but focusing on remixes right now. Expect my production to improve and evolve as I’m already learning a lot this year!

 

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