"I know I'll never feel this way again, like my feet don't even touch the ground."
Steve Narvaez, aka NYC production wizard The R.O.A.R.'s vocals on his latest, Rot10 Musik-released stadium anthem, Touchdown, could easily be mistaken for a statement about the mind-blowing success of the moombahton sound. A bone-crushing track with sensual overtones, Narvaez's rock background as a member of dance/rock duo The Fire And Reason are showcased on this single, a tremendous display of what happens when a melody and a vocal are allowed to reach incredible levels of height and depth in the groove.
Wild and unique vibes permeate the entire EP. Aire Atlantica's remix is the sonic equivalent of being shot with a funky bop gun filled with electro rays, a punchy pop winner. Kid Cedek's trap remix is is the soundtrack of a futuristic Super Bowl half-time show gone to hell, while Mr. Vega and Worms' remixes take the sound in bubbling and intense big-room directions respectively.
Bringing a fresh perspective to moombahton as well as an experienced and top-tier resume to the table, The R.O.A.R., notably on the Touchdown EP, celebrates the best of right now and provides a perfect image of underground music's rather enormous mainstream success to come.
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