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March 16, 2020
March 16, 2020
Born in London, but raised here in the heart of America’s desert, Blossom has truly done just that. Going to school in LA, Dubspot, and learning under the likes of Petey Clicks and DJ Rap, Emilie Fromm is on the road to success faster than we can keep up. She has certainly made a presence here as a bright pink flower among the sandy hues of Phoenix with her bass house vibes and ability to own the booth. Blossom’s appearance on the biggest stages in Arizona, including Phoenix Lights, Decadence, and Goldrush, has solidified that she’s here to make waves.
Earlier this year Fromm dropped her Big Shot EP on what used to just be her dream label, Night Bass. She has made those dreams into a reality and continues to strive toward bigger shows all over the globe. Everywhere Blossom goes she leaves a bubbly stream of petals in her wake floating among that familiar house sound that gives us all goosebumps. Her most recent release is an onslaught of deep housy vibes with a filter of percussive horns. Remixing Win and Woo’s “Right in Front of Me” with such grace, it’s impossible not to be serenaded by the vocals while dancing with fervor. Check out Blossom’s rotation below.
This once budding artist is blooming with infectious deep pink vibes, and it’s time to follow her as she makes her way among the electronic expanse of this scene.