MORTEN Releases Look Closer on PRMD Music

On August 20, PRMD Records will officially release the smash single from emerging dance music star MORTEN (Morten Breum) entitled 'Look Closer.'

Posted by Michael Bordash on Thu Aug 22, 2013

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As one of Denmark's most celebrated DJs, MORTEN is no stranger to the spotlight. Characterized by his eclectic take on progressive, electro-house and dubstep, its to no surprise he's caught the attention of dance music's biggest trend- setters, and will be releasing his next three singles on PRMD Music.

"Look Closer" premiered on SiriusXM in February to rave reviews and was featured on Avicii's world-renowned podcast LE7ELS. Percolating throughout the spring, "Look Closer" is now ready to reach summer smash status with its official release.

MORTEN's original tracks are known for having an innovative and refreshing quality. "Larva" feat. Rebecca & Fiona (reached Beatport Top 20) is a mystifying and emotive progressive juggernaut adorned with budding synths, a well-mastered bassline, and an apex that will breathe raw energy into any dance floor. Another Beatport chart-top- per was "86 Degrees", an undeniably original progressive masterpiece.

On the other hand, MORTEN also has the ability to release tracks such as "Get Static", a collaboration with Betatraxx, that is a heavy-stepping electro bomb perfectly tailored for a high-energy environment. MORTEN has also released countless remixes such as Medina's "Forever", Stafford Brothers' "Hello" Ft. Lil Wayne and Christina Milian, and Rebecca & Fiona's "Taken Over".

In addition to upcoming releases on PRMD, MORTEN will be busy this summer performing at the worlds biggest dance music events. 2013 looks bright for the Danish King.

PRMD Music was launched in April 2013 by Ash Pournouri, founder of AT Night Management and manager/strategist behind the global success of DJ/producer Avicii. PRMD Records is headquartered in the historic financial district of Stockholm with an office in New York City.

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