London-based producer, Naylor, got his start as a touring musician for the electronic artist, George Fitzgerald. Acquiring a taste for live performing and production, the rising producer formed his own solo project and hasn’t stopped creating since. His newest record, “Okay,” finds a balance between live-instrumentation and electronic influence.
Naylor plays with house grooves on “Okay,” sprinkling pop-infused production overtop to create a polished, radio-ready product. Rhythmic vocal chops hook the listener with their bright sonic quality, and provide a solid base for the track to thrive on. The producer’s saturated bass sounds and lively synth leads balance so flawlessly, settling into an eclectic flow.
You can stream “Okay” at the link below, out everywhere via Headroom Records. Enjoy!