Representing the Big Apple, Baauer has come a long way since the viral hype of the "Harlem Shake". It's undeniable that Baauer's Aa was one of the most highly anticipated electronic works of the year. The album boasted some incredible collaborations that placed Baaeur up ahead as a highly regarded producer— who's success continues to grow with each release. Chasing after that same pot of gold, Bay area based SKULS have put out a slew of releases with exceptionally underrated works. The production duo have added their take on "Body", transitioning it into a completely new track.
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"Body" as an original, is a fluid tune loaded with grit and spice. SKULS smooths over the track by sprinkling a layer of deep emotion while emphasizing particular tones through complex sonic composition. Shattering synths and sporadic breaks create for huge complexities in the track to be unraveled. The track's brokenness in it's timbre is aided by the hefty bass waves, crafting a form of beautifully organized chaos. The slowness of the track towards the end brings shifts listeners into a liquified dream state.