Celebrate four years of Porter Robinson’s “Language”
With his sound an industry landmark since the age of 18, Porter Robinson may arguably be one of most innovative producers on the scene to date. Combining synth-pop with his trademark Japanese elements, Robinson has given his global following hit after hit, never ceasing to trump each that follow. With fire singles under his belt like “Say My Name” and “I’m On Fire“, all the way to his 2014 debut album, ‘Worlds‘, Robinson has surely secured his place among EDM’s royalty.
Today however, we celebrate the four year anniversary of the icon’s monstrous hit, “Language“. Debuted for the first time on BBC 1 Radio’s Essential Mix, this world exclusive caused major buzz industry wide and truly parked this Carolina producer’s sound on the map. “Language“, in its entirety, can best be described as a groundbreaking concoction of towering synthwork meets beautiful, anime horsepower. From the beginning, listeners are taken on Robinson’s journey to the greatest depths of his imagination; heightening every sense leading into one of the most played, memorized, and quintessential drops of the decade. Joined together with uncredited vocals by Heather Bright, also known as Bright Lights, the two allow the song to umbrella every necessary component the track needs to spearhead the competition for many, many years to come.
So thank you Porter Robinson for the creation of EDM’s top most ‘feels’ song- Listen below and let us know where you were the first time you heard this musical masterpiece.