NY Producer Squired Makes Bold Statement With 5 Track Debut EP ‘FLASH’

New York City’s own Squired is back with a sonic boom, with the release of his highly anticipated debut project, FLASH. This electrifying EP follows the success of his singles ‘RTC’ and ‘SONAR’.

Squired makes a bold statement with FLASH, defining his next chapter of his fast growing career as a breakthrough artist. Comprised of five seamlessly interwoven tracks, the project defies genre confines. Imagine a potent cocktail of trap, bass music, techno, Brazilian baile funk, and the infectious spirit of New Jersey club – that’s the sonic landscape he has meticulously crafted. Fueling the fire are intricate drum patterns, razor-sharp synths, and captivating vocal samples. Each track is a testament to Squired’s love for the raw, unadulterated energy that defines the dance music scene. Meant for the clubs and dancefloors, FLASH is a whirlwind of peak adrenaline fueled by pulsating synths and basslines.

In his own words: “FLASH is a project written solely for clubs and dance floors. At the time of its creation, I wasn’t sure of my place in the music industry and was going through a period of questioning who I was and wanted to be as an artist. It was a time of immense growth for me both personally and artistically. When making each of these records, I went into them with the simple intention of producing tracks filled with the very same raw, club energy that made me fall in love with dance music in the first place.”

If Squired isn’t on your radar yet, FLASH certainly places it centerfold. The New York native is here to push the boundaries of modern dance music. His impressive resume boasts releases on labels like Ultra Music, Sable Valley, and Proximity Recordings, alongside endorsements from industry heavyweights like RL Grime, DJ Snake, and Alison Wonderland. He’s no stranger to electrifying live performances either, having shared the stage with ISOxo, Juelz, Hex Cougar, and took on Electric Zoo mainstage alongside Adventure Club. He most recently sold out his EP release party at the Brooklyn Monarch.