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Eric Sharp’s ‘Too Much’ Is The Groovy Jam We Need This Week

by Tom Fairfax

The week following Thanksgiving is a tough one; aside from the Turkey hangovers and work load to catch up on, it’s hard to stay in the game with Christmas and New Year’s right around the corner. Luckily, we have artists working around the clock to make sure we have tunes for even the toughest of times.

Today’s jammer is from Los Angeles based artist Eric Sharp and French Horn Rebellion.

‘Too Much’ sees Eric Sharp collaborate with two of his favorite people in music: French Horn Rebellion and Drew Kramer. This is the second single from his forthcoming EP “Eric Sharp & Friends”, which is due for release in January 2018 via Little Assembly. Inspiration from Australian artists RUFUS and Flight Facilities formed the basis of this track’s sonic soundscape, allowing Sharp and Kramer to get in the zone pretty quickly and write something special.

“Drew is an incredibly talented producer-songwriter, and a member of Wild & Free. The day we wrote the bulk of ‘Too Much’ he had just added a bunch of new analogue synths to his home studio. After laying down some chords, drums, and melodies we wrote a vocal hook. It was pretty straightforward,” Sharp said.

Check out Too Much below, and keep up with the artists on socials.

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Eric Sharp

French Horn Rebellion

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