Pablo Fierro In 5 Records
Pablo Fierro is a musician/producer/artist born and raised in the Canary Islands, Spain. His professional career started at age 16 as songwriter and from there began producing and singing for plenty of bands. Pablo later down the line focused his attention to electronic music where he writes his own lyrics and plays his own instruments, be it guitar, bass, percussion and keyboards to which sis deep, soulful house productions have been released on labels like Defected, King Street, Kolour Recordings, Atjazz Record Company, Noir Music, SOLE Channel Music, Dutchie, Cabana, Deeper Shades Recordings, Dutchie, Gramma Rec & i! Records.
His latest production, an Afro flavoured number titled is out now on Traxsource via Vida Records and to celebrate the release, he shares 5 definitive tracks that have (so far) helped shape his career.
1. Pablo Fierro – Afronation (Nudeep)
After making music for 10 years, The Afronation EP was my second release in 2009 for the french label Nudeep.
2. Pablo Fierro – Time To Change (Dark Energy)
This EP has two of my own original tracks featured, but most of all it was great to get the support from one of my favourite artists, Shur-I-Kan. His remix is simply fantastic and I still play it on my sets.
3. Pablo Fierro – El Carinoso (G-Rex)
Gregor Salto and myself worked in this EP with Andy Gramm. This is one of the tracks thats still being played nowadays around the world and is part of the original Tropical House. Also the Andy Gramm Dub version is very personal and I found it very interesting. I think it’s definitely a great track with lots of rhythm.
4. Pablo Fierro – I Want It (Defected)
This is my first release for Defected. A simple musical production with a high feeling behind it. Its a very nice cadence and rhythm perfect for summer. It is a pleasure to work with a label like Defected.
5. Pablo Fierro – Sandulivi (Nulu Music)
This is a tribute to a friend on mine that is no longer with us. This also features one of my favourite producers “Louie Vega” that made this tribute very special. This track has cool afro-latin influences.