“Prismo’s cool as a cucumber chops are coupled with minimalistic, light-footed grooves.” – NOISEPRN
Having been ensconced in the studio working on his debut album due in 2019, emerging Texan electronic producer Prismo (Zach Burgett) is pleased to announce details of a brand new track ‘First Time’ due this October and follows on from his previous two hits ‘Energy’ and ‘Solo’, forming a series of new songs set for release throughout the remainder of the year.
Zach details the track: “First Time is about opening myself up and finding love. Like most people, I had relationships with partners that let me down. There were times when I really wanted to close myself off. But I decided that even when I felt like I was out of luck, I was still going to commit and give maximum effort. Maintaining that attitude was worth it! I wrote this song in the summer of 2016 right after I started dating an amazing person. For the past two years I’ve committed myself to this woman and it’s been the most enjoyable time of my life! It’s my last time losing because I feel so lucky. Essentially “First Time” is about my first time feeling like I’m in love.” .
Prismo has explored vast grounds in the dance music terrain and is one of dance music’s most dynamic talents recognized for his emotional vocal presence, song-writing ability and production prowess. Fuelled by his roots in alternative rock, hip-hop and pop music – Burgett has delivered an eclectic catalogue for his fans. His releases have garnered support from tastemakers such as Indie Shuffle, Earmilk, Impose Magazine, ThisSongIsSick and more.
In recent time his eclectic sound and resonating top line vocals have captivated hearts across the globe. Most notably his releases with YouTube juggernaut No Copyright Sounds and his self-released covers of “Heathens”, “Too Close” and “Careless Whisper”; among the rest of his catalogue have combined for over 100 million streams across all platforms.
The future is bright for this young talent of only 21 years. Keep watch as he continues to push boundaries.