Franky Wah - 2020 - The Revival, Vol. 1 [[email protected]]
Artist: Franky Wah
Title: The Revival, Vol. 1
Format: CD, Album
Producer: Franky Wah
Release Date: May 29, 2020
Label: Ministry Of Sound
Genre: Electronic, Dance, House, Breaks, UK Garage, Garage House, Deep House, Deep Techno
A native of Yorkshire, Franky Wah cites the likes of Claptone, Maceo Plex,Steve lawler and Lee Foss as influences. Emerging on the scene last year with the House Party EP – attaining the title of Beatport No 1 release, his name is growing rapidly in to being a well recognised one, having been highlighted in the globally recognised IDJ magazine and the famous DMC Magazine.
With 4 out of his 5 releases in 2018 all hitting both the Traxsource and Beatport top 20 it has landed him performances in all over the U.K and America and he quickly got snapped up to perform at Budafest in late August, joining the likes of Camelphat, Solardo and Richy Ahmed. 2018 will also see him support acts such as Amine Edge and Dance, Skream, Jey Kurmis and Hott Like Detroit, as well as making his debut for the amazing Zoo Project.
Franky Wah has gained an impressive array of support from DJ's such as Steve Lawler, Hot since 82, Claptone, Claude von stroke, Roger Sanchez, Josh Butler, Paco Osuna, Oscarl, Toca Disco, Detlef, Joris Voorn, Riva Starr, Joseph Capriati and De La Swing to name a few.
Not only venturing around the world to entertain the masses, he hosts nights up and down the country - "Franky Wah and Friends" these nights have been massively successful, selling out every time.
The Revival, Vol. 1:
Franky Wah has released his debut long-form release, entitled simply The Revival, Vol. 1. The release - and its 14 tracks - are not quite an album, and definitely not an EP. The Yorkshire DJ and producer has chosen this format wisely, as he's able to show off his skill sets, amplifying the storytelling of an album with the freedom of the flow of a DJ set.
The Revival, Vol. 1 takes us through the lifecycle of sunrise to sunset, building in energy and burrowing down the rabbit hole as it goes. Taking a journey through melodic progressive, rave-inspired beats and techno-influenced cadences, the tracks stand alone as well as together. Highlights include historical nods to some of electronic music's greats, including a remix of Moby's 2002 track "In This World."
This release follows the singles "Come Together" and the revival of the dance classic "You're Not Alone" and is out now via Ministry of Sound.
01. Franky Wah - Parallel Universe (5:19)
02. Franky Wah - Fly (4:27)
03. Moby - In This World (Franky Wah Remix) (4:51)
04. Franky Wah - Come Together (3:0
05. Franky Wah - Don't Be (4:44)
06. Franky Wah - Lost In Time (3:56)
07. Franky Wah & Olive - You're Not Alone (5:30)
08. Franky Wah - First Light (4:02)
09. Franky Wah - Oscillate (4:5
10. Franky Wah - Tomorrow (5:06)
11. Franky Wah - Horizons (4:56)
12. Franky Wah - Cry No More (5:25)
13. MJ Cole & Freya Ridings - Waking Up (Franky Wah Remix) (4:54)
14. Franky Wah - Green & Gold (Feat. Ruby Wood) (3:56)
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