With every release producer STéLOUSE has put out recently, we've been exposed to a much more expansive myriad of sound. His ability to dip his feet in varying genres showcase the artist's pure talent and grasp at masterful music production. Over the last few months, we've watched STéLOUSE shift from a perky future bass sound to a more pronounced idiosyncratic aesthetic. With his last original "Let Go"ft. Andrew Paley, STéLOUSE layered together a vibrant track, with explosive drops. Even more recently, STéLOUSE got in touch with a more indie electronic style in "Been So Long" ft. Nick Leng , meshing hazy vocals with complex sound design.
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Continuing on with this catchy indie electronic style, STéLOUSE reveals "Lovers" ft. wispy vocals from "BRAVE". Coming from the perspective of a skeptical lover in the lyrics, along with the track's deep house plucks, STéLOUSE creates an infectious groove. Winding basslines and broken vocal chops towards the end bring together a strangely nostalgic early 2000's sound with today's ever so popular future bass. "Lovers" is solid confirmation that STéLOUSE continues to go beyond expectations of his listeners, implementing sophistication and surprise in each track he releases.