Los Angeles based producer Noise Frenzy has currently been jumping up the ranks with his unique style of ghetto-infused house. After a huge release on the iconic This Ain’t Bristol label, we knew that we had to keep a close eye on his next move. Luckily one specific track caught our attention after catching his performance a Space Yacht last Tuesday. This was his interpretation of the 2008 anthem ‘Break The House Down‘ by none other than the dutch legend Laidback Luke.
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Break The House Down is a classic molded to the modern style of booty poppin’ tech house. Noise Frenzy plays with robotic drum machine sounds and an infectiously groovy bass line that allows for his minimal arrangement to punch through sound systems with a fine amount of detail. Space Yacht hit another level of lit when this track dropped showing off the classic electro house melody from the original track over a sexy tech beat. When it comes to making tech house the art isn’t in the in-your-face sound design and drop but rather the subtlety and precise sample selection. It’s clear that Noise Frenzy has nailed down all of these elements which make for a proper underground banger and we’re excited to see who will be supporting this one in the upcoming festival circuit.
For another throwback checkout Noise Frenzy’s take on Major Lazer’s Pon De Floor.
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