Life On Planets Drops Boppin’ Trap-House Cut ‘Freq Talk’

Fast rising Baltimore producer, singer and musician Life On Planets (Phil Celeste) just released his brand new track ‘Freq Talk’, featuring Brooklyn electronic artist Taylor Bense – out through Kitsuné Musique. Lifted from their 3-track ‘Glowstick’ EP out last 25th September, this is the pair’s first collaborative effort together and the results have been mind blowing. 

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Drawing on a myriad of influences from RnB, Pop and Trap, peppered with atmospheric electronic and Housey grooves, the duo envisaged performing music that broke down barriers. Phil explains: “We were chillin at the studio talking about how we both loved a lot of rnb and trap stuff that was coming out but how it didn’t belong in our sets at dance clubs. We wanted to make something with a taste of both worlds that could be played at our performances without being totally alien to what we already do”.

Also, when producing the single ‘Freq Talk’, Taylor recalls: “I had this instrumental for probably over a year and I was waiting for the right Aires to descend and tie it all together. And then one day… there was Phil”.

As ‘Glowstick’ is now complete, make sure not to miss this one! 

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