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Canadian DJ, Karvell, Drops New Banger ‘Horizon”

Cameron Di Marco is a talented artist from Toronto, Canada. Better known for his professional name Karvell, he’s making waves in the EDM music scene with his new age sound. Primarily producing EDM due to its popularity, Karvells favourite genre of music to produce is big room as well as future bass and 'progressive/electro house. His interest in DJing began when he was about 12 years old. From then on, he began with only mixing EDM and establishing his craft from the ground up.

Punching synths fused with electronic arrangements mix spectacularly with the overall ambient theme of “Horizon”. Karvell is further spreading his smooth textures across the entire track. Contagious synths and effects paint the perfect melody for an addictive storyline to continue. Invigorating and energizing, “Horizon” is an incredible project. “Horizon” comes equipped with  heavy electronic sounds lead into a mysterious and mesmerizing vibe. “Horizon” is the perfect song to sit back and relax to, or roll the windows down and go for a cruise. Upbeat and energetic, it explodes out of the speakers and brings the party vibe back into your life.

Check out “Horizon” here and read more below in our exclusive interview!      


Hi Karvell! How old were you when you released your very first track?

I released my very first track when I was 16 but officially I’d say my ‘first’ track was released when I was 19. The quality of the song I released when I was 16 was not up to the standard I learned about during my schooling for musical production. Only after finishing school, 3 years later was I able to start over & release what I consider my first tack Horizon at 19. 

How does your earlier music compare to your recent release “Horizon”?

When I first started producing music, I was a huge fan of big room, so I produced big room, but I always wanted to make an uplifting melodic progressive house track. Horizon, my first release, is exactly that. In my opinion big room and progressive house are similar genres due to that fact that they both stimulate an energetic feeling that can be given at raves, this is the type of energy I want my listeners to feel. Gradually, with my new tracks I’m working on defining my own style by experimenting with different sounds and genres of music.

Tell us what you want your listeners to take away from “Horizon”

Personally my track “Horizon” serves as a milestone for me as it is the first song I’ve produced after finishing school. With this thought in mind I wanted to produce the feelings associated with new beginnings and successful endings in “Horizon” for my listeners. As life progresses it’s hard to realize how much has changed and it’s tough to start fresh but sometimes it is inevitable. “Horizon” symbolizes this new chapter of my life and I feel it holds thousands of different paths for my listeners. Creating this song pushed my boundaries as it was a different genre to produce. So I want my listeners to feel the build up of the song as they build on their own dreams. I want my listeners to feel unbreakable and inspired to attain whatever they wish for in life. I want my listeners to feel uplifted and ready to break and push any boundaries they have in their lives, just as I did when I produced this song.

When you’re not making music, what do you do?

When I'm not making music, I have a part time job that helps me invest more into my music. I’m also a car enthusiast so when I have time from music and work, I love going to car shows. In general I love meeting new people and making connections so when possible I go out with friends. For the time being, I’m minimizing time for my hobbies and focusing on my music.

What inspires you to keep making music everyday?

The main reason I’m inspired to keep making music everyday and working on my career is that, I want to live my dream. When I go to festivals or watch them on YouTube, I aspire to be on the main stage playing in front of massive audiences around the world. I aspire to be heard and to connect to my listeners. I think it’s other people listening to my music that inspires me, knowing that I created something from scratch and seeing it get a positive reaction from somebody. Above all, It’s the raw energy around me and the emotions that music is able to create and sustain that inspires me to continue making music.


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