Unity is at the forefront of Eric Sharp’s music and worldview. Cohesion and serenity have propelled the house music maestro’s 16-year long career—a remarkable journey that has seen the producer hold down a coveted residency at LA’s Sound Nightclub, perform at festivals like CoachellaSXSW, and Outside Lands, collaborate with Anna Lunoe, remix acts like Major Lazer’s Jillionaire, Grammy-winners Jars Of Clay, and Atlantic Records‘ Melanie Martinez, and top Hype Machine charts.

Evocations of oneness are once again the tenets of Eric Sharp’s sound on “The Gift,” his follow up single to the spell-binding “Like Water.” “The Gift” features Zhao, a Chinese-American, genderqueer artist, who provides a thought-provoking spoken word piece that complements Eric Sharp’s brand of melodic club music. Sharp’s storied history in dance music shines throughout the song as he blends modern production techniques with timeless sensibilities, hearkening back to a time when house and techno were not so divided, and the lines between them were blurred. When it comes to Eric Sharp, a sense of consonance is never far off, both sonically and philosophically.


The Gift” is the final single leading up to Sharp’s upcoming Emergence EP, and it continues his established sound of emotive, kaleidoscopic house music and follows a successful string of releases.


Turn it up & enjoy!