Favorite ThisLeah Culver debuts bass anthem 'Slow Motion'

Published: October 14, 2016

By: Michael Beas

Electronic dance music finds a new light in the voice Leah Culver. Culver is a singer-songwriter, producer, and DJ who stands out as a dynamic presence for the dance floor, personally cultivating her music from scratch and then giving it a voice.

Following the success of remixes of Jack Ü “Where Are Ü Now” and TwoFold’s “Taken Back” Leah turns her talents to a heartfelt jam that fits perfectly for the fall season. “Slow Motion,” is about loving someone when that relationship is toxic. “Slow Motion” touches upon the pure passion found in love, especially when the love for that person overpowers an inevitable consequence.

“Slow Motion” resonates with desire and takes the song through a journey that slows the tempo down ‘til it hits home’ then takes off in an upbeat manner that simply does not let you go to the very end. The lyrics, the vocals and the inner meaning oozes with passion; a passion that is bound to take this EP to the top of the charts and well beyond the world of musical banter.

Leah CulverEstablished in 2011 Leah Culver has shined on stages such as TomorrowWorld, Counterpoint, Magnetic, Impulse, Imagine Festival, and more. She’s garnered support from the likes of Adventure Club, The Chainsmokers, Steve Aoki, Benny Benassi, Porter Robinson, Seven Lions, Borgore, Big K.R.I.T., Trinidad James and countless others. Everything comes down to one simple goal though. Under her originalmoniker MK Ultra, Leah carved out a fervent local following through countless high-energy sets in the area rife with just the right amount of jumping and head banging.

Soon, she’d start landing festival slots even incorporating a full band. In the midst of gigging, she relocated to Brooklyn and further immersed herself in the music. Now operating bi-coastally between New York and L.A., Leah is ready to really shine as her music and message continue to spread throughout the world of music.

With “Slow Motion” Leah declares when asked about how she came up with the song, “When I write anything I want to write about things that I feel other people can relate to and I feel that this kind of light and dark relationship is very common. I see this kind of situation happening a lot with my friends and I think its kind of fun to write about something so toxically intoxicating.”

If you are looking for a hit track this fall season look no further, “Slow Motion” by Leah Culver will take you there.

Tags: DubstepElectroProgressive House