20 year old electronic artist from Orange County Devault comes together with Los Angeles bred DJ and producer Team EZY on ‘My Own,’ a twisted hybrd track that sheds a dark light on the typical love story that is normally glamorized in the pop scene. Incorporating dark sounds and ethereal vocals, ‘My Own’ captures a new side of being an individual after a broken love.
Devault is a 20 year old electronic artist from Orange County. After finding early inspiration from the sounds of Depeche Mode, Flume, and RL Grime, Devault has created a unique mold for emotive driven songs such as his recent works ‘Nothing New’ and ‘All I Need’, both of which have amassed over 1 million streams on Spotify. With support from artists like The Chainsmokers, NGHTMRE, Slander, and many more, Devault looks to push the creative boundary with unique collaborations and musical integrity.
ABOUT TEAM EZY
Few musicians on this planet are able to say that their debut offering is a collaboration with Skrillex on OWSLA, yet only one of them is also credited as the lead A&R for its release. Team EZY, aka Drew Gold, is this enigma – a producer and DJ born, raised, and living in Los Angeles whose decision to prioritize a focused future over fast fame has put him in a position unlike any of his contemporaries.
The Team EZY moniker originally debuted as a duo for a senior project in high school. For the creative assignment, Drew and his buddy Sean translated their love of hip hop into a full album, spending long hours wailing away at their MPC with Drew also putting in his own verses over the top. Following high school, Drew moved to Denver for college where the unique vibes of experimental electronic artists like Pretty Lights and Bonobo infiltrated his musical psyche, synergizing with his hip hop roots and further directing his attention to the more bass-driven side of dance music.
After moving back to LA, Drew got the call to drop everything he was doing to get on a bus tour with Skrillex, and while working numerous roles within the organization over the next five years, Drew travelled around the world, met a ton of people, and, ultimately, became a fully engaged student of dance music, gaining indispensible knowledge and experience for when the time came for him to define himself as an artist. And now is that time.
Ask Drew Gold what Team EZY is, and he’ll tell you it’s a mentality. It’s a reflection of every city he’s been to, every innovator he’s befriended, even every mistake he’s made. Team EZY didn’t materialize overnight. Rather, Team EZY is a constant evolution years in the making, and his debut record, ͞Pretty Bye Bye͟, marks the critical next step in the project’s development.
What should we expect musically from Team EZY now? Drew says, “I’m just going to create. I’ll always try to stay open, but it’ll always sound like me.”