Have you ever wondered what would happen if LA bass house and New York break beats had a mutant baby? Revolvr and Swage's 'Turn It Up' would be the answer. The bass pirate known as Swage follows up his solid line of releases with this track, teamed up with the electro booty-crushing house master Revolvr for his first release in almost a year.
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Right away it is refreshing to hear drums that sway away from the 4 on the floor sound. Turn It Up satisfies any bass-head's hunger for low end while maintaining that essential house feel fit for any dance floor. The subtlety in production is a strong point for this track, layered with everything from wubs to trap lasers and snares, with so much going on it's almost difficult to follow. The complexity of this release is something that's been somewhat dying out with the amount of Cymatic's based tracks popping up all over Soundcloud as of lately. It's great to hear someone like Swage pushing things forward with a powerful edge as well as someone like Revolvr trying his hand at a new style. This track pulls the perfect amount from each artist and we're excited to see where it takes them.
Written by Branden Vasquez & Louis Garcia
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