2019-07-29T11:30:44-05:00 2019-07-29T11:08:29-05:00

Y-DAPT takes his listeners on an unexpected journey with "More Cowbells"

Since 2017, enigmatic producer Y-DAPT  has been showcasing his vibrant and eclectic sound which ranges from house, electro and bass. By combining classic breaks and intense percussion's such as his recent track "Rawbot," Y-DAPT  entices listeners to enter a futuristic aural environment built upon waves of sub-bass frequencies to initiate an energetic groove on the dance floor. Dropping the second track on his Back and Forth Series which is considered four dance-floor pills to enable listeners to step into a sonic environment which transition back and forth from the producer's favorite styles and musical camouflages. Released on SUSHI RECORDS, the producer's foolishly dark and unforeseen instrumentals are enriched in his new single "More Cowbells," signaling that those endless summer nights are about to get a little wonky.

Launching off with a rhythmic fast tempo beat to welcome you into Y-DAPT's world of pure creativity and elements of surprise. Y-DAPT slowly gets darker as his bell instrumentals and percussion's chime throughout the track. Unexpectedly, Y-DAPT shifts levels as he teases his listeners with a tech-house drop, but quickly phases into a pulsating bassline to initiate that old schoolhouse groove. As the mysterious producer showcases various sonic elements and innovative sounds, he brings his listeners into a state of hypnosis to take full control of their body. Intertwining all forms of genres into his production style, he shares "I'm not interested in producing a specific genre, even my name keeps reminding me of that; why should I adapt just to one specific thing? I'm a chameleon, all I want is to spread good vibes." For all those craving something fresh, be on the lookout for the release of "Machine Routine" on August 16th. 


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