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OMAIR & Chris Varvaro Push Genre Boundaries in “Controlled Chaos”

Ciara Graves

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OMAIR and Chris Varvaro have come together to drop “Controlled Chaos” via OHM Deep State, a release that takes us on a journey through the subterranean realm. What started as the mind boggling soundscape of OMAIR”s “Marianna’s Web” has transformed into a body shaking progressive and deep house groove session. An exhilarating adventure has only just begun, and it shows through the next level sound dynamics presented by this creative duo.

OMAIR, a fearless leader of the label, wants nothing less than to deliver top quality excitement and shock on the dance floor which has ultimately empowered his latest collaborative project. By enforcing a boundary pushing blend of techno meets progressive house genre, OMAIR has called upon Billboard Top 40 artist and #puresound taste maker, Chris Varvaro, to join him in his endeavors to add a new spin to the track.

As the tension builds, listeners are faced with vivacious sounds that sound other worldly. All of the sudden, a powerful kick fills the air, creating a techno feel that blends with the bassline and drum detail. On the other hand, the multi-dimensional dynamic soundscape sets the stage for a progressive centered field of harmony, engulfing the listener in a warm high energy. This unique combination of genres and contrasting feelings is the exact representation of what it means to have, “Controlled Chaos.”

Ciara Graves AKA DJ and producer, Graveheart, is a passionate writer about electronic music for The Nocturnal Times. Having recently graduated from Elon University with a major in Music Production & Recording Arts, she plans to successfully dive into the music industry by using her creative abilities as an artist and her extensive experience in the business.

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