Blue Lights captures the essence of SUNGYOO’s sonic style and sets the stage for his promising journey in the electronic music scene.
Amidst the diverse global dance music scene, a shining star is emerging from Asia to enthrall and ignite dance floors around the world. SUNGYOO is a rising producer from South Korea who is commanding attention and turning heads from the dance community. Formerly releasing music under the alias Dream Hackers, SUNGYOO is now venturing into a fresh lane by effortlessly exploring various genres within the realm of pop-house music. With a deep-rooted love for electronic sounds, the burgeoning artist showcases his versatility and passion for creating catchy rhythms marked by an anthemic hook in his latest project, Blue Lights.
SUNGYOO’s Blue Lights EP found a home on ScreaM Records, an electronic label under the major Korean Entertainment group SM Entertainment that has been at the forefront of bridging the gap between domestic and international rosters. It kicks off with “Blue Intro (Sweet Vanilla),” a track that eases the listeners into a world of mesmerizing melodies and captivating rhythms. The hypnotic drum loop takes center stage in this opener, providing a strong and steady foundation for the record to unfold. In less than two minutes, the subtle percussive elements leave the listeners with a mystical feeling that leads nicely into the next track.
Following on, “Tonight” encapsulates the essence of an exhilarating disco house track that is sure to get bodies moving on the dancefloor. Nashville-based artist Thomas Daniel joins SUNGYOO on the tune and invites listeners to sing along with the vocal harmonies, and at the core of this track is a catchy hook that injects a potent groove into the record.
Then, SUNGYOO teams up with indie-pop, R&B artist J.O.Y to tackle the next heartfelt composition, “For My Own.” They beautifully convey a delicate, emotional longing through the soft guitar melody intertwined with a gentle sense of tranquility. J.O.Y’s vocals carry a sense of tenderness that flows perfectly along with the introspective lyrics, capturing the nuances of affection and vulnerability.
Saving the best for last, SUNGYOO shows off his immense melodic prowess in the closing track, “It’s Only You.” This disco-pop house track is crafted to offer the listeners an energized yet easy listening experience. The blend of electronic elements and organic instrumentation offers a touch of richness and warmth, setting the stage for an unforgettable night filled with good company and a lively atmosphere.
It’s clear SUNGYOO is only scratching the surface of his artistic career, so keep your ears peeled for more electronic gems from the rising star. Listen to the Blue Lights EP on Spotify or your favorite platform, and follow us on Twitter to let us know your thoughts!
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SUNGYOO – Blue Lights – Tracklist:
- Blue Intro (Sweet Vanilla)
- Tonight (feat. Thomas Daniel)
- For My Own (feat. J.O.Y)
- It’s Only You