Any producer bold enough to tackle this timeless record and do it with style, must know more than a thing or two about how to work a record. This is true for eSQUIRE whose journey into the boxes of the likes of Afrojack, Fedde Le Grand, Jonas Blue and many more, is testament to his skill as a producer.
From the last 12 months alone, it’s clear that eSQUIRE can stand amongst global chart-toppers, coming up time and time again with top-drawer productions to compliment already incredible tracks. His high-profile official remixes include Au/Ra & Camelphat’s ‘Panic Room’, Martin Solveig’s ‘My Love’, Galantis & One Republic’s ‘Bones’, and Rudimental & Rita Ora’s ‘Summer Love’. His original material ‘If’ feat Anni on Gemstone/Revealed and ‘Individuals’ feat Kat Deal on Tiger Records have been spun by A-Listers as well as the creator himself on relentless tour stops to Ibiza, Croatia, Bahrain, Kuala Lumpur, Bali, Hong Kong and many other key locations.
His latest outing, ‘Teardrops’ features the compelling vocals of Sash Sings and runs for a tasty five and a half minutes. It’s a clear-cut dancefloor pleaser and another fine exhibition of eSQUIRE ability to draw inspiration from standout pieces of music and create great tracks of his own. It falls firmly into the category of records you can’t shake out of your head from sunrise to sundown. eSQUIRE’s music, and indeed Teardrops, is aimed squarely at the dance floor, employing the things he loves best in big synths and uplifting riffs. House has always been Esquire’s first love and evidently remains his passion today.