Remix Recall: ‘Day & Nite’ – Kid Cudi (Don Diablo Remix)
May 17, 2022
May 17, 2022
Belgian DJ and producer Jerro has gained massive recognition since emerging onto the scene in 2019 with his EPs The Fool and Pantheon receiving millions of streams and charting on SiriusSM. He made his Anjunadeep debut in 2020 with “Tunnel Vision” followed by his debut on Lane 8’s This Never Happened label with his Closer EP.
Jerro also just released his first full-length album via This Never Happened, entitled Coming Home. The 11-track collection includes collaborations with Tailor, Panama, and Fractures, as well as impressive new music from Jerro himself. Check it out below.
Coming Home includes the previously released singles “Presence,” “In The Dark” ft. Tailor, “Lost For Words” ft. Panama, and “Subtleties,” all of which were received with acclaim. While the rest of the album is a beautifully crafted composition, some standout tracks include the opening title track, with its uplifting melodic soundscape setting the tone of the album off right. “Too Weak” is another highlight, featuring evocative vocals and a pop-driven melody that will surely capture the hearts of fans across all genres. “Autoreactive” errs on the darker side, with edgy synths and a driving beat that come together for a well-rounded progressive house track. The album closes out with “Leave Me Here,” an entrancing track featuring Fractures’ captivating vocals.
Don’t miss Jerro on his Coming Home Tour. He’ll be stopping at Shady Park in Tempe on Saturday, January 29th, 2022. You can grab tickets here.