Paul Bingham – Electric Summer [Album Review]
Making a name for himself in his home country of South Africa, Paul Bingham has been catching the attention of some of the industry’s biggest names over the past number of years. Impressing with both his production skills in the studio and his energetic live sets on stage, he has just released an impressive debut album that is sure to get his fans excited.
Having been in the making for three years, ‘Electric Summer‘ features 14 explosive tracks that are perfect for any festival or dance floor. The album’s name originates from the hugely successful festival held in South Africa which has played host to the likes of Clean Bandit, Goldfish, Timo ODV, Goodluck, and PH Fat, DJ Fresh, with a focus on forward thinking artists. The album features everything from Tropical House to Future House to Melbourne Bounce and even Trap, so there’s guaranteed to be something for everyone. And with some impressive vocal tracks as Bingham teams up with artists such as Lizzie Curious and Lokka Vox, the album is catered toward both the dance music world and mainstream audiences alike.
Stand out tracks include ‘Lose Yourself To This‘, the big room anthem that is bound to cause destruction on the main stages. Whilst equally impressive is ‘Touch The Sky‘, a more radio friendly track driven by the catchy vocals that combine nicely with the plucky, tropical synths. Showing both creativity and versatility in the studio with no fear of experimenting into new genres, the album is a testament to Bingham’s dedication to his craft.
Check out the minimix below, and purchase the album in full here.