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Producer Ray Volpe Attacks Your Emotions in New EP "All Emotions Allowed"

We showcase plenty of international talent here at MiR, so we have to equal it out with some home-grown talent. Closing out our weekend we have the brand new two-track All Emotions Allowed EP from relatively new American producer Ray Volpe. At a mere 21 years old, Volpe has been making waves since he waltzed onto the scene. Volpe was able to support major acts such as Borgore and Kill the Noise, learning the ropes so he could have is own debut headlining tour! Volpe has even been able to adequately stretch his remix muscles by providing solid mixes for The Chainsmokers and Marshmello.
We are going to put this out into the ether right now, it has been a long time since we have fallen in love with an EP this much. All Emotions Allowed provides exactly what it represents, two melodic tracks that are filled with plenty of raw emotion. While this shows a rather large difference between this EP and Volpe’s previous No Emotions Allowed, we will honestly say that we prefer this sweet melody. Both tracks, “Without You” and “Worth A Try” are beautifully atmospheric and feature fantastic vocal work from artists Devin & Lydia as well as Aviella.
Make sure you check out the All Emotions Allowed EP on Spotify!

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Brandon Stuhr

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