Sunset house king SNBRN takes a sultry approach to his newest collaboration with multi-instrumentalist duo Strange Club. The Los Angeles natives pay homage to their hometown on the dark and mysterious "Melrose," a booty house track perfect for steamy underground warehouse nights.
If not for its pulsating beat and playful synths, the new track's "no GMOs, real hoes" motto will have Los Angeles clubs dancing into the wee morning hours. Out on Ultra Music, "Melrose" is sure to be a mainstay in late-night club sets far beyond Melrose Ave. for its 80s groove and rumbling vocals.
In an effortless blend of the two artists' soundscapes, the new track is a mysterious new direction for SNBRN's sound. Just last month the producer released an official remix of LDRU's euphoric "To Be Free," where bubbly vocals contrast with the looming tone of "Melrose."
The producer is fresh off a fruitful festival season having played sets including Splash House, Electric Forest, Paradiso and Coachella. He connects with rising duo Strange Club, who have been cooking up new music in the heart of Los Angeles for the better part of two years and are ready to unleash it upon the world. Stay tuned for more new music from both parties, and listen to "Melrose" now.
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