UK based producer Grum is at it again. Since he emerged from the disco-house scene in the early 2000's, he has been blasting fans with quality productions and has only been on the rise. His latest release comes in the form of "Raindrop" in collaboration with Spinnin' Records and it may be one of his best progressive house originals yet. He has gotten his hands on "Heart on Fire" from Indiana, Sigma's "Nobody To Love", and many others in the past to create upbeat progressive remixes, but I'm keen on the originals he puts out.
The originals have something special going for them. "Raindrop" in particular might just be the pinnacle of his works to date, but don't take my word on it, have a listen below. Grum has created a whirlpool of a track for dancers to get sucked into. The swirling synths and ambient vocals that revolve in and out with the hi hats create a dance environment that is hard to resist. Turn this one up and get ready to move!
Buy "Raindrop" on Beatport here.