Meetch Drops FREE ‘Cutting Chords With You’ EP
Have you ever wanted to remove people out of your life the same way you would on Facebook? Meetch is making a bold statement with his biggest EP yet ‘Cutting Chords With You.’ Sometimes, the best idea is to cut the people out of your life who are waiting to see you fail. The only way from here is up. On his journey to success, these explosive new tracks will add the perfect spark to your plug. Step inside the mind of Meetch.
When you separate work from play, you find an inner connection. You give meaning to what your parents might think is just noise, but you know it’s something bigger than that. It’s bigger than the main stage, it’s bigger than the DJ Top 100, it’s bigger than that awkward Christmas party at your aunt Sues. These tracks resurrect sounds from the past and bring on melodies of the future. Tune into his story of a lonely robot sailing through time.
Everyone has a moment that changes their life forever. Meetch’s was on February 16th 2010. What he thought would be a normal night with friends, turned into multiple MRIs, an intensive brain surgery, and several months of recovery. During the healing process, dance music became his best medicine. Meetch went to his first show and said, “I fell in love. Not with a person, but with a sound. It tingled my spine, and I knew it had to be mine. So I made it happen just like that. I researched and learned, like a mouse in a maze.” He went from a car accident victim, to a DJ and producer with a gigantic dream. Meetch then discovered who made sense in the present and who belonged in the past. It was time to move on, and remember who has your back till the end.
Now, we don’t like to tell secrets, but this EP has one. Only with the free download, will you get a bonus bootleg track. That’s a total of four brand new releases from this musical mastermind. We all have a million and one problems with SoundCloud. A big thanks to them for terminating Meetch’s old
account after this specific bootleg was released. We won’t give too much away, but this one might make you run to ‘The Hills’.