Dimond Saints Release Genre-Defying “Shingetsu”, FREE DOWNLOAD!

FEBRUARY 19, 2014 – Deep from the heart of the Dimond District in Oakland, California, West Coast electronic music pioneer An-Ten-Nae and beat master Releece have joined forces to form Dimond Saints. Together they bring forth a new sound aimed at tearing mediocrity asunder. Their music drips with passion like beads of sweat. Pulsating beats and deep, subtle melodies guide you down a welcoming road as you dance your way into the unknown.

Dimond Saints now present their genre busting,The Rising, the first installment of their three chapter debut album, Shingetsu, (new moon in Japanese), as a free download on their SoundCloud page . Shingetsu is a futuristic interpretation of bass music with a refined core of organic emotion. It is no wonder the press is already hailing them as the future of west coast electronic music, and comparing the duo to the likes of Flume, Cashmere Cat, and Ta-Ku.

Listen to Dimond Saints’ The Rising:

The first single released off of Shingetsu in January, titled “We Diamonds”, was devoured by fans and rose meteorically up the Hypem stairway all the way to #4. Dimond Saints’ most recent Lorde remix effortlessly levitated itself to #3 and has received over 200K plays on SoundCloud. These two releases by this new duo have also received over 100 write-ups in global press and are garnering attention from A&R reps. Their recent debut live show in LA sold out with over 1k people in attendance gushing to the sounds of the Dimond Saints.With a creative mine full of musical gems and a release schedule gaining more speed, it seems as if even the moon is attainable for these Saints.


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