It was so much fun to catch up with Daz and Cayisha from PrYmary Colours as part of the IBA online conference.
PrYmary Colours is an electronic act from Ireland that radiate a beautiful energy from their recordings, live performances, and in person.
The duo consists of Cayisha on vocals & Daz on production. A two-piece soundscape formed, to give people an alternative option to dance & pop music, with all of their own original music. PrYmary Colours’ music is a fusion of electronic beats with soulful vocals. The music pulsates at an energetic level, combining elements of the club scene with the the ingredients of catchy popular tunes. Their mission is simple: to bring joy to every one, through their love & music. Genres that feature in the music are House, Techno, Pop, Soul, Disco, 90s, Tribal and Latin.
Have you ever seen bubbles sparkling on a red hot bassline? PrYmary Colours are that sparkle- and are heating up stages all over the world.
There’s music & there’s dance. There’s performance & there’s aesthetics. And there’s PrYmary Colours, who fuse them all together in one neat pumping package!
Having played at the House Of Yes club in New York, and the Olympia in Dublin, along with a host of festivals such as Electric Picnic, Body & Soul, Life and Forbidden Fruit, Love Sensation and All Together Now, there’s no stage these guys can’t fill.
PrYmary Colours offer, a duo performance in DJ & Singer for club events or the full live show experience for festival stages, with dancers, hula hoopers, costumes, confetti, bubbles, visuals, cold sparkles, lights and more.
Their music received airplay on BBC Radio 1, 2FM, Today FM, and many regional radio stations with their song “Lighter Side Of Day”, and it also features on an advertisement for the Mxt2019 Exhibition, in association with Bord Failte.
Their music has received support from many of the top DJ’s, such as Laurent Garnier and Erick Morillo, and the guys have played along side the likes of Kelis, Krystal Klear and Greg Wilson.
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