West Hollywood, CA, January 08, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- "It's hard for me to not make music," says Brian Stormm from his home studio in Los Angeles. He continues, "If there's a tune, a lyric, a bassline, anything musical in my head, it has to come out eventually sooner rather than later."
His latest release, the five song EP titled, La Vie et le Monde, which translates into English as Life And World, tested Brian's patience but proves to be worth the wait and effort. "Its hard for me not to release a song once its done," he says. "I want it out there for people to enjoy as soon as its complete."
Aside from being a test of patience for Brian, the EP introduces us to Brian's musical abilities in the genres of acid jazz and trip hop. Jazzid is a seven minute acid jazz and house infusion while radio play of Lift (Brians La Vie After Hours Mix) has proven popular with fans of Sade and Thievery Corporation. "But the highlights of the EP for any fan of Brian Storrm or any fan of house music are the club anthems, Lift (Brian's Diffused Saturation Mix) and It Was Over (Brians Le Monde Mix). Lift hits you right from the start and doesn't let go while It Was Over starts with an innocuous beat then slams you with familiar female vocals and a hard driving bass groove," says Flash Sanchez of Electro Boy Inc Records. "They're definitely the best sellers on my iTunes page right now," says Brian.
As for the exotic title, La Ve et le Monde, Brian explains, "I wanted the EP to have an international slant, but the title also describes my mood at the time the work was complete. I was reflecting upon how my life relates and functions with the rest of the world and the title was apropo with my mood at the time."
Whats next for Brian? "I think an album," he says, "If I can zen myself into a state of real patience."