For Life Releases Pulsating New Single, ‘I Want You’
Eora/Sydney-based producer For Life has today unveiled his succulent new single ‘I Want You‘ – produced and mixed by the artist himself, and mastered by Suture Mastering (Dom Dolla, Willaris.K).
‘I Want You’ invites the listener into its neon-laden environment with palatable spoken vocals and automated bass patterns. Darkened elements of saturated synthesisers and minor guitar chords hover above thumping drum machines, with fluctuating dynamics contributing suavely to the mix, giving the track its desirable depth with the imaginative imagery of a thriving nightclub.
For Life talks about the story behind ‘I Want You’:
“For Life started in the club, and all my music stems from being a DJ and on the dancefloor. Though I find myself listening to totally different music when I open Spotify. I have enjoyed getting back to my roots, guitar and piano, which I started playing when I was 4 years old. The track ‘I Want You’ is a combination of these two things. A song that has the energy for a late-night dancefloor but still has the melodies, chord progressions and instruments that could be in a more pop type of track. This is the combo that I love. I enjoy writing melodies and chords; I enjoy sampling vocals AND I love high-energy dancefloor tracks that people want to dance to!”
Previous singles have been widely supported by Australian radio stations triple j, triple j Unearthed, FBi Radio, PBS, Radio Adelaide and 97.9 FM. They’ve also seen praise from Apple Music, This Song Is Sick (USA), Music Feeds and Acid Stag.
In the live arena, For Life has performed as a DJ and multi-instrumentalist at festivals such as Splendour in the Grass and Field Day, sharing the stage with heavyweights Mark Ronson (UK), Steve Aoki(USA), The Presets, RÜFÜS DU SOL and Booka Shade.
For Life is the project from Eora/Sydney-based DJ Adam Bozzetto. He has worked on pieces for ABC TV, TEDx and Optus, and has produced and remixed records for international labels Universal Music and Island Records. He works for music non-profit Heaps Decent who work with kids in Juvenile Justice Centres.