Conro throws euphoric electronics on Earth, Wind & Fire's classic 'September'

Conro throws euphoric electronics on Earth, Wind & Fire's classic 'September'

It’s September, and Canadian producer Conro is here to remind fans why the end of summer isn’t that miserable with a rework of Earth, Wind & Fire’s 1978 hit, “September.” For decades, the iconic song has given the world a reason to get dancing in the fall season, and the multi-talented artist has brought it back with a contemporary rendition.

The Monstercat release holds true to the original, ensuring those energy-fueled trumpet scales and melodies aren’t lost, while adding an upbeat, electronic bassline comprised of joyful lead-synths.

Conro’s released a steady stream of singles over the past year, and with a home at Monstercat since early 2016, he’s shaping up to be a huge breakout producer as we approach 2019. His recent works also include August’s mellow “Trippin” and June’s future bass-fueled “Fired Up.”