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Spanish talented producer, Rvles, promotes his track for the upcoming compilation "Hier Kommt Die Parade".

Rvles presents “Hier Kommt Die Parade #2”

Emerging from Spain; Rvles presents his own notion of transcendental topics through progressive rhythms and deep melodies. Since he discovered the electronic style he found the ideal way to express himself through production by building an artistic path where he could express all conception of his music.

The Rvles project raises its pillar in the connection with art. A prelude to the mind and discovery of the true essence. The purpose of his art is to evoke unique and strong sensations and experiences creating stimulating music with a message believing its concepts will connect emotions with change.

His track “Morphé” will be part of Tanzgemeinschaft second compilation “Hier Kommt Die Parade”, coming out at the end of June. Stay tuned. or enjoy the preview of his track in his guest mix below.


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Tanzegemeinschaft’s Various Artists compilation “Hier Kommt Die Parade #2” will be out on June 25.
Pre-order/pre-save available via this link.

First question. Where are you currently residing?

I currently reside in Seville, Spain. My home city

What are a few things our readers should experience in your city?

Without hesitation, eat the incredible gastronomy of the city accompanied by the beautiful climate it has. On the other hand, it has a rich culture of leisure. An example of the latter is the Seville fair. You must be visiting emblematic areas of the city, such as the Giralda, the Torre del Oro, or the Triana neighbourhood.

In relation to the genre we love the most, the electronic scene is notorious in rooms like Cosmos or Even, among others!


When did you start DJing/producing – and what or who were your early passions and influences?

I became interested in music production and DJing in early 2016. I was experimenting and failing on my own, and that was my way to start. I always knew that it fascinated me and aroused great curiosity and love in me, so I never stopped trying

Regarding my passions and influences, I would say that the figure of people who marked my life, like my grandfather, or even great experiences lived on my own. The most important external influence for me is art in its fullness. I adore the human movement, and all the works that we leave around the world because in the end, all of our artistic history is the consequence of a great amount of emotions and feelings that have shaped our history. I may get too excited about this, but it’s the way I feel about it, art is power


For the people reading this who haven’t heard your music before, how would you describe your style and the key elements that define it?

Mainly conceptual music, surrounded by deep and progressive rhythms, and with a great load and presence of atmospheres that try to persuade and communicate the message at all times. I would say that music to experience great emotions and sensations, but above all music to connect and to improve as a person. There are elements that come to life in my work, like sounds and synthesizers that make you feel in a big environment. For me, all the elements must persuade and excite you


What kind of music did you listen to growing up, and does it have any influence on your current sound? If not, what or who are your inspirations?

What I remember most about my childhood are the trips I made with my parents to Portugal. In those trips we listened to great musical figures, from Coldplay, Abba or Queen, to rock, flamenco, and great electronic music classics. Those trips accompanied by all those soundtracks, made me understand many things better and mature musically. Anyway, I find inspiration in music and artists of all kinds of genres and branches.


What’s your creative process when writing music? Do you have an idea in mind or do you somehow experiment and see what’s coming?

I put the concept before the production. This means that for me it is much more important to connect with myself and know what I want to tell and how before producing and seeing what ideas are coming out.

Although I admit that I have a bohemian percentage and I like to experiment and try, let’s see what happens!

For most artists, originality is first preceded by a phase of learning and, often, looking at the work of others. What was this like for you?

We all always learn from our environment. But not only in music, in other scientific branches as well. I consider that it is important to observe, ask, study and learn, and formal training is also very important for this, although curiosity, perseverance, passion and determination make our brand real. Personally, I have mixed several methods, although the most important things that I have learned have always gone hand in hand with mistakes that I have made on my own.

How would you describe your own development as an artist and the transition towards your own voice?

I would describe it as a natural and honest development. Everything has been flowing in a pure and real way, and perhaps it has been accompanied by a discovery of my own person.

What releases have you planned for this year that you can tell us about? Like when and on which label?

I always like to talk about the present, and the present and the closest thing right now are two tracks to which I will put a lot of love. One of them arrives on May 26 named “Eunoia” with Melodic Deep, and the following month with Tanzgemeinschaft, a great opportunity on a great label that has trusted me for their proposal.  Great projects are on the way and of course stories to tell and express but I want to focus on now!

How much do you use social media to stay in contact with your fans? Is the Internet important for you?

For me, more than the internet, the important thing is to work and strive for a good proposal or idea, then you have to bear in mind that social networks are decisive to connect with your audience and share your story! Especially nowadays, you have to be trained to understand the algorithm and be exclusive enough to be unique within your field.

What I mean is that the internet and the networks are decisive, and controlling them all in the right measure will also be so, but what will really make the difference is how well worked your brand is, your aesthetics and your idea, all embraced by your music and your projects. So when you return to show yourself on the internet, your audience will immediately capture the perception of quality that they have created about you. It seems simple, but I always see a lot of traffic with little to say, and it would have to be the other way around.

What is one thing that would make your musical career more successful?

It all depends on your personal goals, for me without hesitation to make happy with what makes me happy the most. Connect with my real audience and achieve some form or another prestige in labels like Tanzgemeinschaft, which are close, professional and preserve the same vision that I have about music.

Everything else I do not know, the future will tell. The only thing I can say is that I will work hard to find my tribe much more, and to improve day by day in small things! I’m 22 years old and it’s a long way to go.

If you could have produced any record in the world, which one would it be?i

Although it is politically incorrect, I will end up concluding that the best record I would have produced would be my project. I know it is playing with times, but it is time to believe in me.

Thank you!

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