Pinnacle Collective has been delivering the hottest bass house and g-house sounds from LA’s underground world. This week, it just blessed us house music lovers with another stunning bass house anthem, “Gilles,” from Keeld. The French house producer has demonstrated his impressive production skills and artistic versatility with several releases and an official Malaa remix through Tchami’s imprint, Confession.
“Gilles” is a masterpiece exploding with vigor and passion. Kicking off the song with minimalistic four-on-the-floor house rhythm paired with a layer of dirty bass lines, Keeld immediately crafts a dance-floor friendly beat with a singular style. To be completely honest, the seemingly calming introduction does not prepare the listeners well for a pair of monstrous drops. The unpredictable nature of this record lures the listeners into a frenzied state from beginning to end. Keeld skillfully creates a sophisticated groove with pulsating bass, gut-wrenching buildup and restless melody. The infectiously broody energy throughout the track makes it the perfect anthem to listen to when you are getting ready for a night out.
Keeld showcases his artistic vision in an understated yet undeniable way through “Gilles.” He is blazing his own trail between underworld and mainstream. Never ceasing to impress us with new tunes, this young artist is constructing his repertoire with distinctive mesmerizing sounds. Listen to the song and watch this rising house producer closely. If you are looking for a consistent source of highly textured house sounds, don’t forget to check out other releases from Pinnacle Collective too.
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