One Track a Day Leads to Cameron Kushs Debut EP, Roll Deep [FREE DOWNLOAD]

October 27, 2014 -

Ashlyn Fulton

Over the next week, with his final track dropping on Halloween night, Cameron Kush will be releasing one track per day off his debut EP, Roll Deep. As a resident DJ at Slake in New York City, his sound has played a significant part in representing what this scene is all about. This EP will give him the chance to share his extensive knowledge of music, dating back to before he was in high school!

SWITCH is the perfect launching pad for our exploration of Cameron Kush's style, combining elements of deep house, garage, and 2-step. After a bouncy/upbeat intro, the song transitions into a heavier and more technical 2-step drop. Later in the song, the second drop utilizes the same 2-step beat but replaces the deep synth stabs with a melody of chopped rhythmical female vocals.

Listen below, get your FREE DOWNLOAD, and prepare for four more tracks coming to you for the rest of the week!

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