Quentin is a versatile artist with a massive expository of influences. The Brighton-based independent singer-songwriter, producer, and EDM artist has had a wide range of musical experiences. After graduating from the Chichester College of Music, the artist dabbled in rock, soul, jazz, and blues genres as a singer and performer before finding an expression in EDM. That’s why his brand of electronica is more dynamic with respect to song design, genre diversity, and compositions. In his latest release, Alright (House Remix), Quentin upholsters the original version with silver sonic discs and dance beats. 

This feel-good track celebrates life with uplifting melodies, affirming lyrics, and groovy beats. It vibrates with high positivity in defiance of all bad feelings. 

The original song is a toned-down version of the remix, with pronounced jazz and funk featuring alongside the soulful vocals. This version energizes the song with house beats and electronic harmonies. And with mellow beat attacks and well-positioned drops, the theme of the song is elevated to soaring heights. 

The artist claims a wide array of influences from Aretha Franklin, the Isley Brothers, and Millie Jackson to Al Green, Bobby Womack, and Gwen Guthrie. He learned how to manifest the soul through music and applies it to all of his music. Quentin debuted in 2022 and has released three songs and three remixes to date. He is also working with several House/EDM/Dance producers around the UK to create tracks that are set to be released in the coming months. So keep out an eye for this new and growing talent. 

The track is available on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to Alright (House Remix) by Quentin here –