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Door #12 – narou’s 1, 2 many favorites

You’ve been reading and hearing a bunch about this guy lately, and rightfully so. narou is our latest signing and we not only appreciate his songwriting, producing and singing skills, but also his fantastic taste in music.

Here he put together some of his all-time favorites as well as the current that we love. Give it a spin – you won’t be disappointed!

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Door #3 : Free Download of “PFOS” by Mat McHugh

Nr 3 on our X-mas Advent Calendar holds a Free Download of one of our favourite releases on our brand new Chrome Music Label. It just came out and still has room and time to grow and shine. The story behind this tune is that the original, which is one of the most beautiful acoustic songs in my collection, has been a long time favourite on our side of life. Remixing or rather re-imagining this tune proved to be tougher than originally anticipated. How would you change anything to the better, if you already think it’s perfect? So i took a diff approach and got inspired by a movie called “the Red Turtle” and took on its dark, menacing but still loving and humane touch. And this is where the animation comes from in the video.

I am really happy with the way PFOS turned out and it’s definitely a track for our monthly Top Tunes selection. Time to bring those back I’d say ;)
Listen to PFOS on Spotify and/or for the Djs & Collectors : Grab the free download below.

Door #2: narou – Prophecy (feat. Hannah Jenkins)

“Vienna-born, Berlin-based producer and artist narou uses his electro-soul palette and R&B sensibility, combined with the soothing, soulful vocals of New York-born vocalist Hannah Jenkins, for his latest cut “Prophecy” as he continues to work on his upcoming EP. Jenkins takes control of the track before narou finishes strongly with vocals of his own, creating sumptuous harmonies that take the song up another extra level.” Aaron Bishop (@amb1sh) for COMPLEX UK.

“Prophecy” is the first single of narou to be released under CHROME and the first of a beautiful series of collaborations with his creative friends. We’re more than happy to have this beautiful talent on board after his strong release with Temple Haze a few weeks back. Great things to follow and welcome to the family narou <3.

narou on Instagram ::: Spotify ::: Facebook

Temple Haze x narou – If I Could Be Yours (Premiere)

If I Could Be Yours‘ is a ballad, conceptualised as an equivocal and psychedelic narrative into the different ways love can be perceived. The song is a tribute to the idea of love; how we can see and feel love as this transformative entity.
‘With this track I felt a calling to channel my mothers energy into the songs essence, as she inspired me to be authentic to myself ‘, Temple Haze says.
Temple started his journey into music on the road, hitchhiking through America and Europe, working on organic farms, living an off-the-grid lifestyle, busking on the streets and finding his way as a vagabond. After nearly 4 years on the road He moved to Berlin to settle into the vibrant artistic community. Since then the Washington, DC native has been making waves in Berlin’s underground music scene. He is best known for his collaborations as a singer and co-composer of Bakery, featured vocalist with Sam Shure, and currently in collaboration with the producer narou. Temple’s live repertoire includes solo acoustic shows, full band shows, downbeat ableton live sets, mystical DJ sets, and ambient soundscapes. All in all, Temple has played at over 200 shows around the world, as support act for Crystal Fighters (with Bakery) and Rising Appalachia (Solo). He released his debut solo EP “Anotherside” on February 2018. His musical journey now starting with ‘If I Could Be Yours’ is much influenced by the vibe of James Blake, the honest and raw songwritings by Frank Ocean, Jordan Rakei, Moses Sumney and Daniel Caesar.
‘If I Could Be Yours’ is based in Gospel. Influenced and motivated by his mother who’s a gospel and choir singer, Temple Haze is named with artists like Daniel Caesar, Moses Sumney, Frank Ocean, Jordan Rakei, Sampha. The production by the Berlin based producer narou who is well known for the production of James Hersey since 2014, reminds a lot of Nick Hakim.
This masterpiece is only the 1st Single of their team up – 3 more tracks will follow this year and 2019. With thanks to our distributor we managed to set up a pre save link so you’ll be always informed about the release and touring schedule of this project. Follow these two talented artists on their musical journey.

PRE SAVE LINK on Spotify

We are very proud to get to work with such inspiring and vibrant musicians – only two weeks from now narou is gonna release another Single and the video of ‘If I Could Be Yours’ is just in the super final production and ready to go live very soon….

Listen via your favorite STREAMING PLATFORM

Temple Haze ::: Facebook ::: Spotify
narou ::: Facebook ::: Spotify ::: Soundcloud

C.O.W. 牛 – Niu (feat. Miku Hatsune)

Any beat-lover who hasn’t heard about this unique producer combo gets an easy start into their work with this banger. It’s all the producers hailing from China and Germany delivered so far without a single moment of redundancy. The known atmospheric, heavy chords and bass match a beautiful melody, lifting your spirit – making you cease all the memories summer has left.

And it wouldn’t be C.O.W. 牛 had they not found someone very special to collaborate with on this piece. With Hatsune Miku they worked with someone right in their league. The vocaloid software voicebank developed by Crypton Future Media – usually embodied by a 16-year-old girl with long, turquoise twintails – gets a darker, more grown-up and elaborate touch in this production.

C.O.W. 牛 delivers a truly international, truly digital, truly millennial, truly great production.

C.O.W. 牛 on Instagram ::: Spotify ::: Bandcamp ::: Audience

Offical Release: Mat McHugh – PFOS (YUM YUM Version)

Mat has always been one of our ChromeMusic favourites going back as long as to the very first Sweet Serenade mixtape, and we felt blessed when we had the chance to work and especially connect with him. He is a special kind of person, you can hear it in everything he does, and by now Mats someone i trust and call a friend.

Only problem is that our tete-a-tete happened a few moons ago and for even many more reasons PFOS and the other ten tracks we did together have been delayed, repacked, and whatnot over and over again… I am super glad that we finally have this one here in our hands, and I am actually proud (you don’t hear me saying that often) of having such a strong track here that does Mats lyrics and deeper underlying intentions just, and actually manages to transform “A pocket full of shells”, as the original was called, into something moody, something else, with a different feel, a completely different mood. Hope you don’t miss our Spotify Link – collect and hooray we finally are back to making YUM YUM Versions, edits, remixes, originals and are releasing them officially.

Of course me referring to a track as strong is subjective, but gladly hearing a tune of your own creation is rather rare …and besides it’s my website so i can say what the EFF i want.

PFOS is a moody monster. Just kidding, not getting high of my own supply here, just dig the vibe and glad to be making music that directly appeals to me… after all the compromises i made to learn while making my steps in the music business. Anyhow i sincerely hope you dig it too and dig the video we did for it.