The Buck Don’t Stop for Ovylarock

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Hailing from the Eastern European music scene, Ovylarock, has been hitting the ground running in the music realm since 2015 and has manifested into a determined, hardworking, and multifaceted Artist with a signature sound that is both fresh-faced and recognizable in today's world of high-end production value and presentation. This fast-rising artist garnered a love for music stemming back to the glory days of growing up, and having an endless list of artist influences as well as the determination to show the world an energetic and unforgettable live show.

Drawn to the energy and the melodies that this kind of genre’s sound like, Ovylarock has been producing and DJing most of EDM genres as such as Big Room, Progressive House but also a radio tune like Dance and House genre tracks.


You have an impressive discography, what inspired?

Yes I always like to collaborate with new talents and make something fresh as each artist has his own vision and it’s always good to experiment. I have worked with Mike Leithal a close friend of mine from Canada ,Alex Byrne, Dropfire, Mathias Bartoll, Just Denys, Justin Murta, Adriano Caruso and the list can go on.

At Harmor Records, what is the direction of sounds you are pursuing?

Harmor Records has been focusing on festival tracks so far and we have achieved so many amazing things so far. We definitely aim to focus on the same genre as we did so far and trying to get into clubbing genres as well. There is always something new going on, so this keeps us busy and we work all the time. We hope our label to be a home for talented producers out there who are struggling to get the right attention.

Tell us about your single, 'Someday' featuring the talented violinist Yngve Hilding and vocals of Emmy

This song has been one of my best projects so far I had the amazing opportunity to work with such great talents and we are delighted with the final results, also it was my first time filiming an official music video for my own song. I always have been a big fan of Scandinavian music and I’m very thankful that I could create something special with Yngve and Emmy.

How has the struggle been so far to your current stand?

Every artist will struggle at some point and this is something that you can’t avoid. You need to keep your head down and work harder to achieve what you are after and the most important thing “knowing what you are after”. Because Knowing what you are after will allow you to get better and better.

Not necessarily monetary, how have the rewards been so far in this career?

I had the luck to work with Grammy nominated producers and songwriters and this by far is the biggest achievement for me. But the journey continues and I will try to get better and better. I always loved music so making my own music was my biggest dream since childhood.


What is your methodology behind a set you play when you open for artists at clubs?

Always analyze for who you are opening the night and try not to get the party too hard. Every set is different depending on the crowd.


What’s coming up for You down the road?

There is a lot of new music coming up and collaborations so keep an eye on my pages.



Well, thank you once again for spending time with us, giving us valuable insight into your career. We wish you all the very best of luck in your endeavours. See you soon at a club.

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