On December 7, The Beacham welcomes back electronic artist, Marcel Everett, producer of the XXYYXX project, to his hometown. The best part – he’s bringing “Marijuana” producer, Chrome Sparks, with him.
While many electronic fans are equally familiar with both artists, the Orlando show should be especially exciting for Everett as he takes all his experimentation and sounds of serenity back to where it all started.
Through pure experimentation, Everett’s XXYYXX project was formed. His music has evolved from vintage sounds to crisper, cleaner sounds that provoke emotion and set a scene of peacefulness. His sounds are said to be influenced by jazz and abstract hip-hop. They are primarily meditative, although he also uses R&B rhythms and soulful melodies to give them energy and movement. Many songs are bass-heavy but are said to create vivid images of peace and luxury.
Since his humble start in Orlando, Everett has remixed artists such as Tinashe and Usher, has created a song for a video game, and has played several notable festivals such as Shambhala Festival. Right now he is on his Fall Tour with Chrome Sparks, who is supporting him with a DJ set every night of the tour. Both of them have announced they will be playing new music at their shows.
Chrome Sparks is the musical project of Jeremy Malvin from Brooklyn. He loves synthesizers, beat music and dance, and combines them all to produce the unique sounds electronic music fans crave.
The Beacham is thrilled to host these special artists in our city, one of which we hope to give a big hometown welcome to. Don’t miss it.
Written by: Annaleigh Bonds, Marketing Assistant at Foundation Presents