Fisher took the world by storm in 2018. He confirmed up in all places and had one of many greatest, if not the largest tune of the yr, “Losing It.” With an infectious mix of g-house and deep home, in addition to a hilarious persona on stage and on social media, Fisher grew to become a fan favourite for thousands and thousands. He was additionally named one in all Your EDM’s breakout artists of 2018.
But whereas Fisher is ready to seek out out if he’s received a GRAMMY, there’s one other identify making waves within the US: Ricky Retro.
There are plenty of similarities between Ricky and Fisher, past simply their sound. Whereas Fisher’s character is unapologetically Australian, Ricky is the epitome of ‘Merican values. Every different publish on his Instagram appears to be him shotgunning a beer, enjoying a frat get together within the midwest, or visiting a race monitor.
Aside from his Instagram, he’s additionally the primary artist with a cowboy hat to grace the quilt of a serious dance playlist (Dance Rising). His fast come up has us scratching our heads and questioning what he’ll give you subsequent. Well… we came upon. He’s supporting Skrillex, Alesso, Illenium, and Chris Lake at this yr’s Snakepit.
What are you hoping to listen to @Skrillex + @Alesso + @ILLENIUMMUSIC + @chrislake & @gorickyretro play on the 2019 #Indy500SnakePit?
Drop em’ within the feedback #IsItMayYet | #Indy500 pic.twitter.com/QFmW0yh0fY
— Indy 500 Snake Pit (@Indy500SnakePit) February 1, 2019
If that wasn’t already ‘Merican enough, he’s out with a brand new single aptly named “Murica” after the pink white and blue he reps more durable than any American DJ earlier than him. Ricky represents every little thing we like to hate about America, which makes for the proper rage anthems for final debauchery.
In brief, what we’re saying is, we now have a sense Ricky Retro goes to have a stellar yr forward of him. Check out our favourite of his latest songs, “1977,” a mix of Lynyrd Skynyrd-style guitar riffs and deep home synths.