Seattle’s own Treyis, a.k.a. Spencer Stumpf, makes a huge splash in the Pacific Northwest with his release of his EP, The Sixth Floor. Leading up to this major feat, Treyis has had multiple music blog exclusives, not to mention his Ethos single made it onto iTunes. While producing music, Spencer also manages a residency on Saturday at Seattle’s Volume Nightclub, an 18+ venue that is known for its state of the art visuals.
The Sixth Floor includes popular single Ethos, as well as Jamba, an interesting Rasta-like drumstep laser track. The EP starts out with an electro-house track collaboration with Thomas Crowne named TreyCrowne. All three tracks are fairly different, and make for a very uniquely diverse EP. TreyCrowne is very synthy and electro-house, while Jamba is more Rasta laser-step, leaving Ethos to be the heavy-hitting dark nightclub track that everyone loves. But don’t take our word for it, discover Treyis for yourself, and listen to The Sixth Floor below.
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