House music is the staple of electronic music, but recently the experimentation within house music has us more excited than ever about it’s future. A throng of new and old producers are constantly pushing boundaries of format and texture, in turn creating new sounds that still hit between 118 and 126 bpm. Burnski is one of these producers who expands his house sound into realms some have called ‘groove house’ or ‘bassline house’, with the defining characteristic of this style lying inside the melody provided by the bassline. The German Burnski recently put out an awesome edit of SBTRKT‘s hit Hold On, where he keeps the chime melody and Sampha‘s vocals, but of course makes the bassline more ominous and fitting for the ‘Desert Edit’ title.
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