The newly clubbed-up, disco-tinged, heavenly-House single ‘Free Love’ from new-kid-on-the-block Sam Keen drops on 7th February.
Sam Keen began his music career years ago as a runner for some of the leading lights of Dance music and their respective festivals; it was only when he started a chance conversation at Warehouse Project (after bringing a superstar DJ a pint after his set no less) that Sam caught his attention and was thrust into the Dance music world as a producer and DJ.
Fast forward to 2020 and primed with his Northern Manchester roots, his ear for really good Dance music, plus years of prep, Sam’s finally ready to step into the spotlight with his new track ‘Free Love’. The track takes a sample from underground 70s Disco track Double Exposure ‘My Love Is Free’ on Salsoul Records and flips and reverses it through the ages; tinged with 90s French Filter House goodness and topped with a 2019 Tech House sound. This 2020 rework is more clubby than its predecessor, with harder hitting synths and more impact. The original has already been supported by like the likes of Claptone, Anna Lunoe, Benny Benassi, Don Diablo and more, plus with a KISS FM spin under its belt, ‘Free Love’ is set to smash up the dance floors in the new decade.