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Purporangejuice Releases “Lotus” via Warpaint Records



Purporangejuice - Lotus

SoCal producer, Purporangejuice, releases new single, “Lotus,” to kick off 2017 for Warpaint Records.


A native of Pasedena, California, Purporangejuice is an up-and-coming producer who’s hip-hop influenced beats have gathered attention in the electronic community. His laid-back grooves are reminiscent of artists like Mr. Carmack, Giraffage, and Flying Lotus. Released on January 30, “Lotus” is no exception; a minimal and constantly revolving instrumentation featuring airy synths, tight drums, and a gritty bass rounds out a track that defies genre. Stream “Lotus” via Soundcoud or Spotify below:



The mix of genres and styles articulates the goal of Warpaint Records, to select music based on quality, not genre. Brothers Kris and Jeffrey Ware formed Warpaint in 2015, and with the help of John Mullinix, built Warpaint Records to a respectable level in only two years. Their catalogue features several impressive accomplishments, including English Lit’s ‘Neverland’ EP reaching #1 on Beatport’s dubstep chart, Bass Craft’s ‘Blast Off’ EP reaching #8 on Beatport’s dubstep and electro house charts, and Matt Kali’s single “Don’t Make Me” reaching 100k Spotify streams in only 3 weeks. The label’s quick success has gathered attention from notable Bass and Dubstep producers Kai Wachi, 12th Planet, Lumberjvck, and Datsik.



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Charlie is a contributing writer for The Nocturnal Times. In May of 2016, Charlie earned a Bachelor's of Music in Music Industry Studies from Loyola University in New Orleans -- where he currently lives. Obsessed with bass music since 2009, Charlie now follows the trap and dubstep scene religiously. Versed in live and studio music production techniques, as well as marketing analytics and strategies, Charlie looks to expand into multiple facets of the music industry and bring attention to the Dirty South's rising music scene.


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