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BLR Drops Highly Anticipated Tech-House Groover “Lipstick”

Reaching #1 on Spotify this week for most pre-saves in electronic music, the anticipation is finally over as BLR releases the summer anthem, “Lipstick” featuring Robbie Rise on Off The Grid Records.

BLR is the alter ego of the highly credited dutch trance producer Leon Bolier. He crosses into the deep and dark unknown but also stays free from boundaries on the type of energy he brings to the dance floor. Bolier’s sound began to flourish in 2008 with a number of successful releases including the hit song “Ocean Drive Boulevard.”

Known for staying true to his dark, hard-hitting trance energy, he turns a new leaf with BLR experimenting within all realms of dance music. Sticking with a down-low bassline but bringing high energy with the consistent rhythm of the hats and clap hits, Bolier’s sound design flows perfectly with Rise’s deep vocals.

Founder of Off the Grid Records and one of the most talked about producers, John Summit, has been playing “Lipstick” out all summer long from festivals, to clubs, to afterparties, he took to Instagram this week hyping up the release, stating that, “Lipstick” is the most requested track ID from his sets.”

The wait is finally over, stream “Lipstick” by BLR featuring Robbie Rise now:

Written by
Emily Harvey

Aspiring Florida Journalist/Photographer enjoying the world and all the music it has to offer.

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