Deorro to Release Debut Artist Album “Good Evening”


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Out March 31 on Ultra Music – First single “Rise & Shine” out now


The wait is nearly over for Deorro’s first full-length studio album which is set to drop in full on March 31. Today, Deorro reveals the Good Evening tracklist while releasing the lead single “Rise & Shine,” an absolute electro smash, paired with sounds and vocals you’d hear in a classic swing band. Complete with an intro and multiple interludes, Good Evening is a 24-track concept album which has been three years in the making. From start to finish, it’s a culmination of uncountable genres and influences ranging from progressive house to funky bass, to future and even harder dubstep.

A Los Angeles native and proud Mexican-American, Deorro is renowned as a prodigy in the progressive house world and is the recipient of a 2014 EMPO Award for Best Latin American DJ. Deorro has amassed an awe-inspiring discography including a cache of original productions, collaborations/remixes with Chris Brown, Elvis Crespo, Pitbull, Steve Aoki, Axwell, Krewella, Laidback Luke, Carnage, Diplo, R3hab and more. Deorro’s incredibly loyal “PandaFam” fan base is a testament to his accomplishments and to what he’s been so devoted to over the course of his career. Deorro has continued to grow as an artist and curator as he runs his own label Panda Funk, which is home to releases from himself, Dirty Audio, Zoo Funktion and more. Pre-order Good Evening here


Do not sleep on this one – it’s bound to be one of 2017’s finest electronic music albums.

1. Good To See You (Intro)
2. Guide Me.mp3
3. If You Go First (Interlude)
4. Turn Back Time
5. Steady Rise (Interlude)
6. Goin Up
7. Miss You (Interlude)
8. Find A Way
9. Prove It (Interlude)
10. Butt Naked
11. Colorblind
12. Feeling Pretty Good
13. Hands Up
14. Drumline (Interlude)
15. Bomba
16. Reality (Interlude)
17. Tell Me Lies
18. Honest Man
19. Me, Myself and I (Interlude)
20. Rise and Shine
21 Sometimes (Interlude)
22. Let It Go
23. Lady
24. Pause