Strobe Records New Release – West Magnetic Feat. Raevv’n – “The Treason”

Father West Magnetic and 16 year old daughter Raevv’n team up on this hypnotic and gritty deep-tech project.   “The Treason” is a late night dancefloor filler with an unforgettable and deeply melodic hookline. “The Treason”  release aslo features alternative mixes from West Magnetic and Strobe Records producer Ron Allen.

Raised in Toronto, with a singer/songwriter mother (Usra Leedham) and the house producer father (Pier Shu-Lutman – West Magnetic) Raevv’n was always surrounded by music. Raevv’n’s songwriting and vocal style are influenced from such diverse artists as Usra Leedham (her mother), Natasha Bedingfield, Stevie Wonder, Kelly Clarkson and Alicia Keys. From an early age, Raevv’n’s play time usually meant recording songs in her father’s studio. It was therefore inevitable that Raevv’n’s songwriting & vocal talent would end up on her father’s house productions. Her unique songwriting skills and amazing voice is perfect counterpoint to West Magnetic’s dirty, melodic production style.

Pier Shu-Lutman’s music career started with releases with Om Records in 2000. This culminated with the release of “Can’t Stop” featuring the beautiful and talented vocals of Raevv’ns mother Usra Leedham. Other classics followed including the single “Give It Up For Free (feat Usra Leedham)” from the full length ablum “Can’t Stop”  that launched into the mainstream with remixes by Kaskade and Jori Hulkkonen.

Written by: Pier Shu-Lutman and Raevv’n Leedham
Produced By Pier Shu-Lutman
Executive Producer: Ron Allen
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