Debut albums are vital milestone in any artist’s profession – however again in 2003 within the digital music world, they had been far much less widespread than they’re in the present day. And for an artist to persist and develop to turn into a legend up to now 16 years is completely noteworthy. Today, Kaskade’s debut album It’s You, It’s Me celebrates its 16th anniversary.
It’s You, It’s Me
😱 16 years outdated in the present day 😱
When’s the final time you listened to this?
— Kaskade (@kaskade) March 18, 2019
Coincidentally the identical day that Skrillex’s debut album Recess was launched, Kaskade’s album was launched in a a lot totally different musical period. Back in 2003, “dubstep” was however a glimmer in standard tradition’s eyes; “future bass” wasn’t even a factor — “common” bass hardly even was; Justin Bieber was solely 9 years outdated.
Listening again on the album now, there are far fewer “principal stage” moments within the manufacturing. It’s about groove, rhythm, melody, and soul, fairly than glitz, flash, large bass, and main label options. There’s a time and a spot for each, but it surely’s arduous to argue that with out the primary, there wouldn’t be the second.
Check out It’s You, It’s Me from Kaskade beneath.