Dutch DJ/producer Lodewijk Fluttert, better known to his fans as Bakermat, has been known for his distinctive fusion of house music with cross genres, like jazz and soul. This week he hits on his most experimental track to date entitled, "Partystarter"
The Amsterdam-based producer goes down the rabbit hole into vintage electronic music on "Partystarter", where he blends rock, surf and big beat tunes. Being heralded as a mix of legendary cuts such as Groove Armada's "I See You Baby" and Fatboy Slim's "Rockafeller Skank", Bakermat takes this inspiration and gives them a contemporary flip.
"I've never produced a track this fast, loud and heavy before in my life," shares the Dutch artist, he goes on to say, "It came from my burning desire to dive into the studio with real rock artists and create something totally unique, combining elements of rock, metal, hip hop and dance all together. It's also the first time most of the elements in my song are completely analogue, recorded with imperfections that give it a human touch. For me this track is the ultimate party anthem, something I want to hear when I'm feeling euphoric and want to dance in a crowded room." "Partystarter" is out now on Sony Music.