Hailing from Peru, 16-year-old Rodrigo Carranza, better known as Sunday Noise, has made an impressive impact with his music despite his young age. Now teaming up with fresh-faced Peruvian, Uncore and fellow former collaborator and one of the top dogs in California’s newfound groove movement Al Sharif, the trio of up and coming producers join together for one of the years top closeout tunes in, ‘Lies.‘ Already supported by the likes of both Don Diablo and Tiësto both on their respective radio shows, Hexagon Radio, and Club Life Radio, ‘Lies‘ sports a funky and encapsulating undeniable groove.
Set to carry you straight into holiday season upbeat and collected, the tune’s tropical house styled percussion, pitched vocal chops, and sedative chord work will put nearly anyone in a chipper mood. What is best is that the tune isn’t just an average listen: it’s truly a journey, at nearly 4 minutes long its length is perfect – ‘Lies‘ is simply one of those tunes you could throw on loop for hours and be perfectly content. Releasing via Marcus Schossow’s Code Red Music alone is proof of its standout qualities, and if you’re unsure of taking a gamble on the tune you’re missing out on a new wave of talented producers.
What’s more is, not only functioning as a major collaboration, it’s also functioning as one of our trio of collaborators debuts. That’s right, ‘Lies‘ is actually Uncore’s first ever tune to be released. The tune is a flashy start for what bodes to become a brilliant career for Sunday Noise’ fellow Peruvian.
Take a listen to Sunday Noise Al Sharif & Uncore’s ‘Lies‘ below.