While festival season will soon start to calm with another year in the books, the songs that keep the stages loud sure aren’t slowing down. The theme of this year’s main stage was undoubtedly booming, distorted bass, made popular through tracks like Martin Garrix’s infectiously raw “Animals” or the relentless pounding of Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike’s “Wakanda”.
Coming from Toronto brothers DVBBS and LA-based Borgeous, “Tsunami” delivers an orchestral progressive melody with a tidal wave of bass behind it. Teasing on the edge of hardstyle, its chant-worthy rhythm and floor-shaking beat will easily slot themselves into a number of upcoming main stage sets. With a release on Doorn Records, it’s no surprise that label head Sander van Doorn had first support on his Identity podcast about a month ago. Since then, this notable ID has been backed by the likes of Hardwell, Laidback Luke, and Clockwork at a number of major festivals. Now with a full release, expect to hear this one everywhere, and with bass like this, you’ll be able to tell from a mile away.
DVBBS & Borgeous
- Doorn Records