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There are few artists that

Party Favor & Graves – Reach For Me

Home Uncategorized Party Favor & Graves – Reach For Me

There are few artists that can match the unique talent of music producer Party Favor who continues to push the boundaries of his own musical abilities. Seemingly more diverse with each passing release, Dylan Ragland is pushing further with his upcoming debut studio album ‘Layers’ which expresses the complex process of growth, the inward exploration of the many identities that make us who we are. Needless to say, the American DJ has delivered the album’s premiere track ‘Reach For Me‘, a testament for what is yet to come when Layers drops for its scheduled release this April.

Steering with his signature hard-hitting bass sounds, Party Favor teams up with Graves for double the creativity as the pair prove they’re a true force of nature together. ‘Reach For Me‘ is a complete track that brings together cinematic synths with driving melodies. The end result is a dominating production that echos a subtle essence to its core. Prepare for the release of Layers because this track has demonstrated the direction of Party Favour’s diverse sound.

While Dylan continues to amass his loyal followers from all walks of the earth, 2019 looks like a more than busy year for the American DJ who is set for action with an album-theme tour this April called ‘Layers Experience‘. Check out the upcoming dates below and grab your tickets for the shows here, chances are you will let your ears feast upon ‘Reach For Me‘. If you can’t wait that long, then listen to the track below.


Party Favor ‘Layers Experience’ dates:

Apr 12 – Roseland Theatre – Portland, OR
Apr 13 – Showbox Sodo – Seattle, WA
Apr 19 – El Rey Theatre – Chico, CA
Apr 20 – August Hall – San Francisco, CA
Apr 25 – The Catalyst – Santa Cruz, CA
Apr 26 – Fremont Theatre – San Luis Obispo, CA
Apr 27 – Hollywood Palladium – Los Angeles, CA

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