Aires Adora Tunes Into Classic Chicago House Sounds: Woman Crush Wednesday

Aires Adora is a gem to find in the vast treasure trove of artists that is Chicago. Tapping into the city’s music history and becoming apart of the dance music culture, being classically trained, her vocals and style are a perfect match for Chicago House. Closer to the original style, filled with soulful vocals made popular by artists like Frankie Knuckles and Farley Jackmaster Funk, mixed with some R&B; giving off a bit of a Disclosure vibe. Consistent throughout her discography with tracks like ANOTHER DAY, MAJIK CARPET RIDE and most recently, her music video for TAKE MY LOVE.

Produced by non other than Ron Caroll, close friend and player of Jackmaster Funk and Chicago House respectively, and written by Latoya Washington, Aires Adora flawlessly vocalizes for the camera! Dancing confidently as she sings in her night dress, easily getting you dancing to the rhythm and chorus. As most contemporary house music or edm artists focus more on production and limited vocals, (in most cases just using samples) Adora modernizes that classic marriage of production and vocals in house music. Infecting our senses with the urge to dance, it would be a fantasy to see Aires Adora combine her talents with other Chicago icons like Green Velvet and Kaskade.

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Green Velvet Rolls Deep

You cannot talk about Chicago house music without mentioning Green Velvet. Also known as Cajmere, among other aliases, this living legend has been spinning the most hypnotizing techno music since the early 90’s. Good portion of electronic dance music fans today were just in diapers and had no idea the impact this genre would make on generations of dance music lovers. Green Velvet already deep into early rave culture graced the clubs with hits like LA LA LAND, ANSWERING MACHINE and SHAKE & POP to name a few. Most recent recognizable song to be sampled multiple times after its release is LAZER BEAMS with Harvard Bass.

Recent months Green Velvet has been on a spree releasing, collaborating with popular house and techno artists. Working on a remix EP with Adam Beyer, Layton Giordani and two seprate tracks, SHARE NOW and COMPLEX, with Mauro Venti and Eats Everything. Keeping true to his techno roots this grooves will keep you vibing on a dancefloor. In classic style, Green velvet adds vocals lyrics and commentary to add to the hypnotizing beats giving a surreal and underground atmosphere.

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