‘Along Came Polly’ producer Rebūke continues scorching streak with ‘Jump Ship’ on DIRTYBIRD [EP Review]
Hot Creations had an instantaneous traditional on its fingers in “Along Came Polly,” an infectious jam that will put Rebūke’s identify on the map and ultimately maintain the highest spot of Beatport’s Overall Chart for fairly a while. It’s clear the aforementioned producer had discovered a magic system of blending previous and current tech home parts into veritable hits that will be warmly obtained by mass audiences. He continues to strike this stability on Jump Ship, his subsequent launch on DIRTYBIRD that's already making its means across the competition circuit and proving to be considerably of a break for him throughout the pond.
The title monitor captures consideration immediately with pulsating bass and tightly blended tribal drums that ultimately lead into absolute mayhem post-break. Hollow, seven-note bursts operate as lasers that, when focused on the dance flooring, immediate uncontrollable dancing. Meanwhile, “The Pipe” takes on a extra hypnotic profile, however equally chaotic nonetheless. It chugs ahead like a sine wave, with micro peaks and valleys manifested as soon as once more by bassline and hole synth bursts engaging listeners to maneuver up-and-down alongside the music. This motion has been evidenced in movies circulating round of the tune being rinsed at excessive profile festivals like Holy Ship!, the place reception seems to be vast open.
Not too shabby of a launch for a producer who solely simply broke into the home sphere a 12 months in the past.
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