2015-10-19T14:25:42-04:00 2015-10-19T20:26:17-04:00

Wild Culture just "Don't Stop" outdoing themselves [Premiere]

Wild culture are one of those artists that like to keep you on your toes. You're never quite sure whether to expect chilled out poolside affair with melodic vocals, or a hard hitting after hours house record. Their latest release on Kittball Records,  is most definitely the latter, with "Don't Stop" boasting one of the finest bass lines you will have heard all year.

In typical Wild Culture fashion, the production is extremely clean and polished throughout the entire release. The pitched down vocal work of "Don't Stop," tips its hat to the "G-House" term coined by Amine Edge & Dance and works perfectly alongside a bass line so destructive that Dirtybird enthusiasts will be drooling. Meanwhile "Get Over" is a slightly less brutal affair, with gorgeous piano chords and infectious vocals combining to create an incandescent fist pump-friendly atmosphere. 

Annie Mac chose to premiere "Don't Stop" on her Friday night Radio 1 show, and you'll be add both tracks to your collection from October 20th

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Deep House · House · Premiere


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