Effectively conveying one’s feelings to music is a sought after goal of the most seasoned producers. Accomplished by some and mastered by a gifted few, we should all take a moment to welcome, Aaron Snapes.
A product of London, in his early years, Aaron browsed the club scene sampling from a variety of genres. In search of the right groove, he bounced from Old School Hip-Hop, to Drum & Bass, from Trance, to Garage, until one night, feeling clarity; he experienced a resonance with House music. Through the years, nurturing this interest became a passion for Snapes and he soon found himself at the helm of his own productions, creatively painting a musical canvas while developing his loosely defined Tech House sound. Clinging to the perimeter of this genre, 2012 found Aaron in Leeds, UK, where his music garnered attention from personal inspirations like Dirty Bird front man, Claude Von Stroke and House legend Derrick Carter.
When asked about his talents and unique sound, the lighthearted producer shrugs with a smile, “I just want to make fun, groovy music for people to dance to.” Not taking things too serious seems to work
good for Snapes as he continues to refresh listeners with his imaginative music.
House to Hip Hop, Pop to Jazz. If my head is nodding I am being influenced. Main sound influences: Dirtybird Records, Round Table Knights, Tom Flynn, Claude Vonstroke, Soulwax, Tiefschwarz, Tim Green, Breach, Sebastien Leger, ... James Brown ... endless ... The Dj in many a night in the back rooms of the clubs