RELEASE DATE: 2018-04-23
LABEL: Last Arrival Records
Last Arrival Records
Chris Schambacher - Walking Away
One of the more impressive singles he has written recently, Chris Schambacher’s ‘Walking Away’ is a big power vocal set atop buzzing synth riffs and keyboard synth arpeggiations. It has a very anthemic feel to it, a nice homage to the power rave records that took over football stadiums in America during the heady electronic dance movement in the late 90’s. This record had so much uniqueness and character to it, that Chris wanted to compliment the B Side not with another original record of his, but rather a more choice edit suitable for daytime terrestrial radio. This is being serviced on AAA Promo and DMDS Radio across country Canada, with Bell ‘Starmaker’ and Rogers ‘One To Watch’ campaigns across Canadawide radio for submission.
Wrapping up a West Coast USA Tour this week, Chris Schambacher is currently touring huge festivals and live shows, and also obliterating the Beatport Charts, with as of time of this writing, 4 EP’s of Chris’ are in the Top 50 Beatport Big Room Charts. All of his instrumental club records have hit the Beatport Top 100 and Top Release Charts and he currently has the Number 1 Most Downloaded on Traxsource Electro House Charts, with just being shy of having one straight year in the Beatport Top 100 Charts. Staggering numbers and achievements for an artist who is truly just beginning his exciting musical journey.
With millions of Spotify fans & listeners, in no time Chris has built a rabid and ever-growing fanbase with his records, and rightly so, as the quality just stacks with each release. His latest remix for Grammy winning electronic act ‘Cash Cash’ on Atlantic / Big Beat, was widely acclaimed and garnered over 150,000 streams in a few days, being featured on huge American Spotify playlists.
The last release of this calendar year sees Chris Schambacher’s new imprint Last Arrival going through its freshman year, and with impressive and major accolades piling up each month, 2018 brings an powerful Schambacher wind behind it.