Eric Sharp – Monday Blues feat Zhao [HMWL013]

Our newest release is here. Monday blues is a vocal deep house single written by Los Angeles based duo – DJ and producer Eric Sharp and songwriter Zhao. Mixmag was first out with full track premiere

Artist: Eric Sharp feat Zhao
Title: Monday Blues
Cat.Number: HMWL013
Release Date: May 29th 2019

Tracklisting (In Order)
1) Eric Sharp feat. Zhao – Monday Blues (Original Mix)
2) Eric Sharp feat. Zhao – Monday Blues (Radio Edit)

Los Angeles-based DJ & Producer Eric Sharp releases Monday Blues feat Zhao on Swedish tastemaker label HMWL on May 29th.
Last year saw Eric Sharp’s production reach new heights, topping a million cumulative Spotify streams. Meanwhile his DJ career continued to progress, holding down his Sound residency and other highlight gigs alongside the likes of Nora En Pure, Kidnap, Bondax, Kill Frenzy, Weiss, TEED, Viceroy, VNSSA, and an opening set in the Mixmag Lab for Wajatta. Eric’s output in the new year kicks off with Monday Blues, featuring frequent creative conspirator and vocalist Zhao – himself fresh back from a live performance in South Africa of his collaboration with Black Coffee. Sharp and Zhao deliver a poignant, deep track whose lyrics depict a theme of struggle and perseverance. The production should speak to fans of Rufus, Bob Moses, Camelphat, and Flight Facilities. Stunning visual art comes courtesy of LA’s Syndrome Studios. Monday Blues is offered via Swedish imprint House Music With Love, home of Lazarusman, Simina Grigoriu & Kaldera.

Quote about the track:
Monday Blues is a personal piece that comes from a place of empathy and compassion. It was written during a time when someone very close to me was unearthing deep-seated psychic pain in a healing process from their past. The verses are imbued with struggle and heaviness, while the chorus inspires hope, and faith in the ability move beyond our hurts together. Everyone has challenges in life, and we are never alone in our feelings. There is no wound too deep to be made whole, and I hope this song reminds people of that.  — says Eric Sharp