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We are blessed with two very impressive new releases from LA-based producer Slippy this week that are sure to lift your spirits with their powerful and highly-spirited nature in ‘Like It Was’ (featuring the sublime vocals of Luma) and ‘Wait For Me’ which showcases a well-rounded production base filled with pristine instrumentation that’ll leave you gobsmacked.

‘Like It Was’ delivers a cross-genre influence all while staying within the electronic umbrella, with Slippy delivering a high-energy and buoyant energy that is instantly transferred through to the listeners with its appealing nature. With vibrant synths and penetrating beats piercing through the mix, ‘Like It Was’ packs a serious punch that matches the intensity created from Luma‘s captivating vocals and leads perfectly into the second offering of ‘Wait For Me’ that showcases a darker shade of colour whilst maintaining the power and strength held deep in the core of the soundscapes.

“This release is one more step towards me solidifying the goal of releasing whatever genre of music I’d like while still maintaining my sound and style. I truly enjoy experimenting with blending genres and coming up with new combinations, and don’t want to limit myself to anything besides “bass music” as a whole.” – Slippy

out now via: bitbird
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