partywithray on Keeping Music Fun & Working With Marvel

This week, partywithray sat down to chat for the EDM Prodcast.

Freddy AKA partywithray is a self-described ‘swag house’ producer from LA. After playing in indie rock bands for a long time, he’s taken a turn into electronic music with a very deep, bass-and-vocal driven sound.

In this interview, we discuss working with ZHU and how they both went to the same high school. He uncovers how knowing the person you work with in the studio can lead to fun creative results, especially when working in person.

We dive into the sync deal with Marvel for The Falcon & The Winter Soldier series and how that came about, and about how just putting your music out there can sometimes lead to unexpected, positive results.

As you’ll notice, partywithray is great at keeping a light and fun approach to music and production, so make sure not to miss this one.

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  • 0:00 Intro
  • 2:39 Interview start
  • 4:25 Background in bands
  • 8:42 The illusion of the first release
  • 10:38 Why the name partywithray?
  • 15:08 Collaborating with Zhu
  • 18:29 Challenges learning music production
  • 22:54 The benefits of coming from a songwriting background
  • 26:12 How do you start your songs?
  • 24:53 Why you should learn to sing
  • 31:48 Came For The Low in Marvel’s The Falcon & The Winter Soldier
  • 37:28 #partystarters EP
  • 41:22 Lil Mama and the creation process
  • 44:54 Don’t put too much in your tracks
  • 45:59 Upcoming shows in California
  • 48:24 What’s coming up in the next 6-12 months?
  • 52:38 If you have a time machine, what would you go back and change?
  • 55:29 Where can people find you online?


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