New deep house music to be released by DJ/songwriter, producer and entrepreneur Alzie Ramsey. Alzie Ramsey releases his new single “Cardiff Nights” exclusively on Beatport via digital label Black Widow Music, LLC on January 25.

DJ/songwriter, producer, entrepreneur Alzie Ramsey will be releasing the deep house single “Cardiff Nights” exclusively on Beatport. The song will be released worldwide on February 8 to additional digital outlets.

“In this particular tune Alzie continues to demonstrate his strength in jazz and house,” says Erick Shipmon, Director of Marketing at Black Widow Music, LLC. “His distinct ability to mix/DJ coupled with being a formally trained concert pianist makes him a rarity within deep house music.”

Ramsey states, “It was brought to my attention that EDM (electronic dance music) will be receiving special attention at the 55th GRAMMY Awards due to the explosion in popularity. I want to make sure deep house gets the recognition it deserves and a new single is the best way to get the job done.”

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Black Widow Music, LLC, CEO voices his thoughts on EDM and the upcoming 2012 presidential election.

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) October 02, 2012

Alzie Ramsey, CEO of EDM record label Black Widow Music, recently stated his personal view on the Mitt Romney campaign and the EDM culture. Ramsey thinks that Romney is definitively out of touch with a major segment of the voting population in the upcoming 2012 election.

“Right now the EDM culture is booming and it’s booming at a critical point in America’s history,” says Ramsey. “With approximately 46 million young voters (according to and many of these comprising the EDM movement they just cannot afford to be ignored. I’m not a political expert or analyst, but it doesn’t take rocket science to figure out the importance of these numbers. These staggering numbers can literally swing an election if they are addressed in the proper manner.”

Obama for America has recently launched a campaign entitled DJs for Obama. This campaign specifically targets the EDM community and demonstrates that we have an incumbent that is aware of the importance of the voice of the young voter. Many people are unaware, but Barack Obama even requested a DJ to spin at his inauguration in 2009.

“As the saying goes the proof is in the pudding,” states Ramsey. “I challenge anyone to go to Google, Yahoo or any other search engine and do a search for Mitt Romney and EDM – the findings are dismal. Say what you will, but Mitt Romney is definitely not in touch with the young voter and his campaign has missed a critical road in captivating their audience.”


Black Widow Music, LLC (a digital label and music licensing company) was created in 2004. The result after many hours of labor and hard work is a business organization that stays on the forefront of industry technology and practices, but remains true to the “music” and avoids the traps of commercialism. Featuring the best in EDM, jazz and various genres of instrumentals our catalog is broad and diverse, but prevails on the primary focal point of why the label was created in the first place.

Black Widow Music, LLC: Quality music not quantity music.

In a never done before attempt, DJ/songwriter/producer Alzie Ramsey proudly releases an additional composition to Frederic Chopin’s many preludes “Chopin: Prelude in D Minor Op. 28 No. 26 (Progressive House) via Black Widow Music, LLC. The single features an excerpt of Chopin’s Prelude in C Minor, Op. 28, No. 20, while the song as a whole is based on the harmonic structure of this composition. The song written, arranged and produced by Alzie and mastered by Steve Hall (Madonna, Bobby Brown, Donna Summer, The Beach Boys & Earth, Wind & Fire) represents how Chopin may have composed and remixed if he were alive today with access to modern technology.

Throughout the years many notable versions of this song have been done by prominent musicians (Barry Manilow, Donna Summer), but it has never been approached from the angle of EDM focusing on elements of progressive house music. With this in mind, Ramsey wanted to create an arrangement that is popular, DJ friendly and most of all works flawlessly on the dance floor. Ramsey states that “After many hours of composition, sound design, and yes even selecting a few loops I finally had a product that I was happy with. The element of most importance is that if Chopin were still around I think he would be surprised, but satisfied with it as well.”

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