ROOM 303 – “MAKE YOU CRY” EP
RECORD LABEL – SLEAZY DEEP
RELEASE DATE – JANUARY 19, 2015
Toronto’s own Room 303 kicks off 2015 with his latest “Make You Cry” EP, to be released on UK’s Sleazy Deep Records January 19, 2015. More of a mini album, this EP features 6 sultry Deep House productions highlighting 4 originals and 2 remixes alike. With his last release hitting it big on the charts with Nathan Barato and “Everytime I See You”(Hot Creations), Room 303 showcases a taste of what’s to come in 2015.
Make You Cry – Room 303 (Original Mix) – The first out of 6 on the EP, starts off with echoing sounds of children playing in the distance, with an intro of a deep permeating bassline, paired with beautiful percussions and a hypnotizing trumpet. Vocals slowly creep in, as Room 303 illuminates this track with his very own lullaby of Deep House euphoria. Swirling effects close out the track leaving listeners anticipating for more. Look At Me – Room 303 (Original Mix) – Immediately staring off with a sensual groove, Look At Me is a storyline about when you’re at a nightclub and see someone you’re instantly attracted too – you want them to look your way, to lock eyes, and make it happen.
Close The Door – Room 303 & Sean Roman (Original Mix) – The Guitar and Sweet vocals kick off Close The Door, as the bassline quickly intrudes, and fluttering effects shine through. Also featuring Sean Roman – Toronto born, and now Berlin based DJ/Producer, this collaboration speaks for itself. Just Like That – Room 303 & Sean Roman (Original Mix) – Once again with Sean Roman, the 2 producers created what is a nostalgic track with elements of lovely melodies and vocals. Deep house at its finest. The final part of the EP features 2 remixes by Terence Kissner and Sean Roman of Room 303’s original production of Make You Cry. Room 303 – Make You Cry (Terence Kissner’s Eat Your Heart Remix) – Torontonian Terence Kissner whips up Make You Cry into his own Eat Your Heart Remix. Taking it up a notch, Terence Kissner’s remix makes for an after party favourite. Room 303 – Make You Cry (Sean Roman Remix) – Sean Roman works out his talent with a deeper, darker ominous feel of a remix – which almost wants to make you cry, for the love of Deep House.
The BPM Festival in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico is around the corner, and Room 303 will be playing along side Pavel Gorin in their duo Night Vision. Room 303 will also be releasing Since “You’ve Been Gone” EP come March 2015.
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ABOUT ROOM 303
Room 303 – Hailing from Toronto, Canada with his sultry deep house productions and passion for DJ-ing, TJ Train aka Room 303 has managed to catapult himself into the electronic dance music scene. His latest collaboration Every Time I See You with Nathan Barato features Room 303 on vocals, which was released on Jamie Jones and Lee Foss’ Hot Creations record label, November 3, 2014.
The name Room 303 came from the apartment in Toronto, where TJ cultivated his passion for the industry. Just after 3 years of Room 303’s inception in 2010, success and critical acclaim quickly followed. In 2011 Room 303 signed his first record to the UK’s Love Not Money Records. He has since gone on to sign tracks to other esteemed labels: On the Prowl Records (New York), Suruba Records (Spain) and Sleazy Deep Records (UK).
TJ feels a deep connection to many genres of music; however, it is the strong influence of Rock’N’Roll, jazz and hip-hop in his production and DJ-ing that caught the eye of record executives and top talent. He has played some career altering gigs with international artists such as: Sasha, Damian Lazarus, Infinity Ink, No Regular Play, Guy Gerber, Audiofly, James Teej, Dixon, Matthew Dekay, Henrik Schwarz, and DJ Tennis to name a few.