After the successful “There is No Mercy”, then the “Down Under” Ep which burned up the Beatport charts, there is just no stopping electronic producer Engi. On his latest track, “Take Me”, which will be released on Beatport April 28th 2015, Engi collaborates with Bassfreq and Sine Hear.
Here the collaborators take it back to basics. To where dance music all started…and that is the bass or kick drum, as it is better known. Simple synth and basslines, accompanied by flashes of vocal interludes are totally driven by the centrifugal bass drum, which will kick the bile out of your guts. Engi just doesn’t know how to put out a bad record plain and simple.
If you like your EDM to be all about loud thumping bass, a driving beat and a simple but progressive melody, look no further than Bassfreq, Engi, Sine Hear on “Take Me”. Their key to success is that they’re not afraid to make music that you can move to. If you think that’s an obvious statement, it’s not. Many current music producers spend hours and hours trying to accomplish the craziest sounds, samples and effects, totally forgetting what the most basic request of EDM is – music to move to!
“Take Me”, has got the same pulsating energy, the same inventive freedom, and the same unclassifiable creativity to it, than most of Bassfreq, Engi and Sine Hear’s musical peers deliver, but it also has a constant and unbroken vein of making you want to move!
Not really an adjective gets lost when you’re talking about the EDM that Bassfreq, Engi and Sine Hear produce. Its spacey atmospherics, its lush undertones, and it busy backdrops – especially that kick drum -paints a rollercoaster canvas that says “Take Me” and DANCE!!!
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