JULY 1, 2013
Dim Mak Records just released the new Clinton VanSciver EP Indie Anna Jones on June 11. Within the first week of release, Clinton VanSciver’s four-track EP hit Top 10 in the dubstep, progressive house, and glitch-hop genres and #11 in the electro house category on Beatport. The lead single “Indie Anna Jones” has garnerned support from countless DJ’s, including Steve Aoki, Armin van Buuren, Thomas Gold, and more, and it instantly rocketed to the #5 spot on HypeM. This comes in the wake of widely recognized official remixes for Armin Van Buuren, Steve Aoki, and Emma Hewitt.
21 year-old Clinton VanSciver spent his childhood writing and creating his own rock arrangements, aspiring to one day make it his profession. After getting a cheap 8-track recorder and electronic drum kit, Clinton began his journey toward holistic musical invention.
While fulfilling a minor in Popular Music Studies at USC, several of Clinton’s friends began exposing him to electronic dance music. Which immediately captivated Clinton and as his interest and passion for electronic music grew, Clinton had a creative revelation: by combining his talents in songwriting and instrumentation he had formed the perfect recipe to emerge as a prominent and unique artist in the world of electronic dance music.
Today Clinton draws his inspiration from decades of pop music, favoring a punchy electronic edge. His trademark style, Dirty Pop, has been lauded by bloggers and big names alike as a unique flavor of dance music, and the Beatport charts have agreed as well. They say his music sounds like "Vyvanse & Whiskey,” so Clinton started a well-received biweekly iTunes podcast under that name.
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Clinton VanSciver Dim Mak Records Indie Anna Jones
Last modified: July 1, 2013
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