PRISM is an electronic dance music producer from Sarasota, Florida.
There is lot of talk on EDM news and blog websites about wicked dubstep and riddim songs these days, but only PRISM brings it to the maximum.
His new dubstep-riddim song “Resurrection” is something really wicked, click play below and hear for yourself.
PRISM – Resurrection
Resurrection starts with a bouncy upbeat riddim melody carrying a zesty vibe that just seems to creep under your skin and make you want to dance. Resurrection has this very eerie feeling of spooky stuff, like Halloween, or Stranger things.
Check out the interview below to see a sneak peek into PRISM’s song Resurrection, future plans for music and more.
PRISM Interview [EXCLUSIVE]
Tell us about Resurrection. How did you come up with this idea for this song?
I was watching the Addam’s family on TV one day and just such a creative rush and started playing around with melodies and sounds I already had planned out in my head.
What Inspired you to make this?
I was inspired by the terror and sounds of Halloween and wanted to make a melody that captured that and put a twist on it to make it sound unique. To make it sound different.
How did you begin producing electronic dance music?
I began producing EDM on accident, I found this program called Fruity Loops on my buddy’s computer one day and I couldn’t stop using it and playing with it. I was addicted right off the bat. That was 5 years ago now.
Do you have a favorite VST plugin or instrument to use?
I love using every instrument that becomes available to my disposal, as far as VST’s go, I absolutely love the diversity and the power packed behind Serum
What can we expect from you next year?
Hopefully you can see a rise in my listening base so that I can reach the people with creative minds desiring to hear something absolutely unique.