Kivrak Releases Fourth Episode of ‘Envision Radio’ Brandon Chitwood 17 May 2016 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Pinterest VKontakte37sharesJust a day ago, Ankara, Turkey producer and DJ, Kivrak released his fourth weekly radio show through his imprint, Envision Recordings, official Envision Radio. This forty minute episode, ‘Envision Radio #004,’ features ten different artists and artist collaborations, some from Envision Recordings and some from other record labels, hand picked by Kivrak. This episode features genres such as house, future house, progressive house, electro house, and beautiful vocals, deep bass, future bas, and great vibes. A Few Words with Kivrak Q: What is the creative process that you go through to hand pick the tracks that are featured in your show? When DJ’s create their playlists, the most important aspect is providing uniqueness, because the EDM audience always want to listen to something new and different. Everyday, thousands of tracks are produced and we know many of them are just copy and pastes of each other. Electronic dance music and it’s sounds are changing. If we compare tracks produced now with the ones released five or seven years ago, we can easily realize the freedom of style in tracks these days. This freedom makes a track unique. This is the most important criteria to me. In my episodes, a clean mix is a must, freedom to express style is a necessity, and clear intro and outro parts for individual tracks are important for easily syncing tracks with each other when switching between them in the mix. Q: What are your personal favorite genres in electronic dance music? With no doubt, my favorite genres are electro house, future house & progressive house Q: In terms of producing and being a DJ, what was your earlier career like with electronic dance music? As a producer, I already had an old background in the industry since my childhood. In the past I was producing soundtracks, jingles, and beats for various artists and genres. I also used to record my own sets. I was a trance listener as well. In 2012 I started mixing electronic dance music. When I felt I was ready, I launched Envision Recordings in 2015, which is now one of the most successful record labels of South Europe. I also started my own artist career as an EDM artist with my new alias, Kivrak. I’ve played in many events, clubs, and now I’ve started recording episodes for Envision Recordings‘ very own, Envision Radio show. Q: What is the road ahead for Envision Recordings? After a lot of hard work since the first year, we have made Envision Recordings a really good competitor among other EDM labels in the industry. Summer of 2016 will be Envision‘s summer. I just want to say, stay tuned. Kivrak gave a lot of good insight today and as always, he gives the chance to showcase talent from rising artists, producers, and vocalists. This new episode is a collection of some of the best tracks submitted as demo’s for Envision Recordings official show. If you want a feature on Envision Recordings or are interested in being featured in the next show, send your music below. Enjoy! For promos: email@example.com Stream and Download Below: Envision Radio SoundCloud | Website | 1001tracklists Envision Recordings SoundCloud | Website Follow Kivrak Via SoundCloud | Facebook Tracklist: 01) Hudd – Need You [LIZARD’S LOUNGE] 02) Holden McCoy – Open Eyes (Feat. Natalie Major) [Club Restricted Records] 03) Sammy Porter & Asha Rae – Look Back (Extended Mix) 04) Oganes – I Want Hard (Original Mix) [DIVERSIDE] 05) Monista – Mad (D. Anuchin & Feeper Remix) [DIVERSIDE] 06) SANDSTRÖM – VEV! (Original Mix) [Burning Bash Music] 07) Kevin Sunray & Λ R R Ø W – Pray [Envision Recordings] 08) Defqwop Feat. Strix – Black & White (Original Mix) [Envision Recordings] 09) Avi Roshkovan – Mystic [Burning Bash Music] 10) Acris – Veneron [Envision Recordings] Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Related Comments Add Your Comment Here Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName Email Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.