Pierce Fulton Tag

Last year, Pierce Fulton delivered a mind-boggling progressive house masterpiece titled “Kuaga”. With its mesmerizing synths and enticing vocals, this track received an immense amount of support from both fans and music producers, instantly becoming one of Fulton’s biggest hits of 2015. After the massive success this release has achieved, a powerhouse from Munich gives it his own twist and provides an

Pierce Fulton, the electro house and progressive DJ from Vermont drops his latest single. The new track 'Losing You' incorporates a unique blend of sounds from other genres which makes Fulton a unique DJ, separate from the rest. He is also known for his song, 'Kuaga - Lost Time'. Fulton's interest in music started at the young age of six.  He had quite the knack

Fresh off his well-supported track “No More” and remix of EDEN’s “Nocturne”, Los Angeles-based Pierce Fulton has released yet another epic tune. This up-and-coming artist teams up with Chicago’s Puppet to produce their new track “Boy and the Beast”. Pierce has been known for his experimentation with different genres and instruments, meshing them together into unique sounds. Following his breakthrough after

American producer Pierce Fulton is unstoppable. He just released his smooth electro-pop song '"Landmines". Fulton is no stranger to creating songs that make you want to dance and this latest progressive house track proves the point. Alongside the catchy lyrics from JHart, an upbeat tempo, and that signature Pierce Fulton live instrument melody floating throughout the drop,  we can see the power and the efficiency of

Sometimes, to go into the future; you need to go back to the past. The newly formed alliance of Ansolo and Pierce Fulton (Shirts and Skins) are bringing groove back with their remake of a ‘70s classic, "Then Came You". Ansolo, better known as Ansel Elgort, has been on fire lately and has really found his place in the dance spectrum. Pierce

Many of you knows that Ansel 'Ansolo' Elgort is not just an Hollywood promising actor, but he seems to have a bright future even in his second passion: electronic music! He announced on his social networks the departure of the collaboration with Brooklyn-based producer Pierce Fulton under the name of "Shirts and Skins". Ansel presented this project as a 'tech group': very strange thinking that both components

While varied in production, Pierce Fulton has emerged on the scene backed with consistent quality tracks that have a knack for becoming addictive. Very addictive. The young American's release of 'Kuaga's instrumental single caused quite a stir with its progressive power yet melodic nature, so it was only a matter of time the backing vocals became a forefront feature of