Usica Create's A Lush Disco Paradise On Bouquet

January 25, 2017 -

Daily Beat Staff

Usica's music has been on fire in recent months because of his signature shredded bass sounds. He's remixed the likes of Tommie Sunshine and Pegboard Nerds and released on labels such as Ultra, Brooklyn Fire, and Monstercat.  His recent bootleg of Deadmau5's 'Ghosts N Stuff' and single 'Babu' are bass music masterpieces. With immense support coming from huge names such as Afrojack, Knife Party, Porter Robinson, Hardwell and many more, Usica is definitely one to look out for.

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Usica takes an unfamiliar route with 'Bouquet' putting more focus on samples and textures as opposed to direct in your face sound design. The bass lines deliver an infectious groove to the song that sound somewhat vintage yet futuristic with complimenting synth plucks and ethnic percussion sounds. This one really hits us on a different chord and we look forward to hearing Usica explore more in this realm.



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