SIR concludes an eventful year with “Unlocked”


Budding DJ and producer SIR closes this year’s chapter and opens a new one with her free bass single, “Unlocked”.

As the pandemic ravaged the live music industry in early 2020, many aspiring artists have used their 40s as a time to experiment and hone their craft. Getting out of this massive wave of new talent is SIR, whose fusion of mundane sounds and free bass mesmerizes all who listen to it. She first took the stage in December 2020 with DJ sets until she finally dabbled in production earlier this year. Since then, the young woman has made a name for herself on the Florida scene by opening up slots for Boogie T, Champagne Drip, Toadface, Khiva and many other bass heavyweights.

Noted for its Full Moon Blend Series which includes blends individually tailored to astrological signs, SIR has had a remarkable year. Now she is ending 2021 on a high note with her new single, “Unblocked, who must release the December 30. Driven by swells of reverberating bass, this track combines beautifully haunting chord progressions with ambient flair. As alluring hats echo to echoing whispers, mesmerized listeners are left with the burning question, “Why haven’t I consulted SIR sooner?” “

Unlocked will take you to lose and find yourself. Unlock a new part of yourself and don’t be afraid to let go of old versions of yourself.


Fortunately for all of us, the future is brighter than ever for this young talent. If you’re still looking for New Years plans, SIR will be performing at Wonky Woods NYE ​​Campout in Sebring, Fla., before teaming up with Dream deeply for a b2b at Dub Wub Festival. With plenty in store for the future, including new original releases, remixes, and its first product line, SIR is set for a truly transformative 2022. End 2021 with new wubs and check out our exclusive premiere of ‘Unlocked’ below!

Stream SIR – Unblocked on SoundCloud:

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Jayce started his EDM journey in 2010 with Flux Pavilion and The Glitch Mob. In 2014, she attended Lollapalooza, which was her very first live music event. Since then, Jayce has traveled across the country to attend numerous music festivals, with honorable mention to some of his favorites like Electric Forest and Camp Bisco. Since dating Lost Lands for his first year in 2017, Jayce has developed a taste for bass and mainly focuses on this genre. Some of his favorite artists are Svdden Death, Liquid Stranger, Duffeey, Aweminus, G-REX, Versa and many more. Jayce graduated from Indiana University at Bloomington in December 2018 with a major in public relations and minors in international studies and arts management and aspires to work in product management.


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