The Two Fake blondes released album Out Of The Darkness last year and the reception has gone so well, they still have a desire to keep expanding what the totality of it can be. They’ve helped coordinate remixes of their works; Sherm will be the last of a batch of artist who have happily participated in being apart of what TTFB’s are doing.
While TTFB original “Alone,” can stand on it’s own two feet, Sherm added some stylish enhancement that allows the release to be experienced with a whole new flavor. House laced and injected with a energizing moments as well as a positive spirit, Sherm hit the head on this one.
Sherm is a man of many hats, DJ, producer, podcast host, manager, curator, and A&R, he’s clearly driven to immerse himself in what he loves. His time well spent day to day has cultivated in a heavy does of accolades worth sharing. His podcast Sherm In the Booth has had guest such as CID, Westend, Autograf, Honeyluv, DJ Susan, Roland Clark, Masteria, Mary Droppinz, Saint Punk and many others.
Sherm has also had the opportunity to be a supporting act with names like Armin Van Buuren, John Summit, Galantis, Shiba San, Walker & Royce, Gorgon City, Snakehips and Lost Kings. The man has been around the block to say the least.
Sherm has done justice to “Alone,” which The Two Fake Blondes are certainly happy with.