Who would have guessed that the freshest sound in dance music could come from an artist who takes it back to the old school? The name Native Origin may be new to electronic music fans, but his music speaks for itself. Whether crafting beats or building a set, the Denver DJ and producer draws from a multitude of genres to result in an style all his own.

When Native Origin got his start DJing in the late ‘90s, ravers could go to an underground party expecting to hear multiple types of electronic music. In an era in which producers follow fads more than ever before, he’s made it his mission to revive the old vibe. All genres are welcome in Fresh & Paid Records, the new label he inaugurated with 28 Nights, his debut EP as a solo artist.

Before the end of 2017, Native Origin plans to release a sequel to 28 Nights. Also comprised of five tracks, it sees the eclectic producer hone his signature sound even further – although the same inclusive sensibility remains core to his approach as a DJ and producer.

In the years to follow, music fans looking for a hot new sound can look forward to more originals and remixes from Native Origin, in addition to finding his name on the roster at nightclubs throughout the US.

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