Review: J. Worra "Bones" ft. Ushi Qute

September 22, 2019 -

Daily Beat Staff

Friday last, September 20th, saw the drop of femme fatale J. WORRA’s second Thrive Music release “Bones”. The track, which also features USHI QUTE on vocal duties shows that Worra can progress forward while paying homage to her Chicago house roots.

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"Bones" takes Worra’s usual rock solid house foundation and goes the extra mile. The track has a beat that will keep even the most shy of dancers on their on their feet with accents that pulse and groove like nobody's business. Samples and sounds  lifted straight from area 51 help keep the sound fresh and interesting. To cap it all off USHI QUTE delivers a counter culture worthy apathetic distorted vocal fitting the track like a glove.

Fresh off her  DJ Mag "Breakthrough Producer of the Year" Award, there was a question if J worra (aka Jamie Sitter) would still have the hunger and drive to keep her upward trajectory. With “Bones”, Sitter has aimed for the stars and her UFO is bringing us all along for the ride with her. 

Listen to "Bones" here.

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