is much like the ‘‘ electronic music festivals in that its star performers ten save a good deal new material to debut throughout the weekend and the surrounding Miami Music Week. became one the first wave high prile DJs to show f his freshly-made wares when he took the stage on Friday night, sharing one particularly unexpected, and welcomed gem.
Taking on the working title “When The Light’s Down,” the production presents itself as a lighter addition to the DJ Snake repertoire, inducing smiles with pitched-up vocal edits rearranged into a jubilant melody, a touching bassline that becomes the centerpiece the ending, and steep future bass drops to maintain a high energy level. Hints robotic sampling add just a bit edge to the finished product.
Word remains as to where “When The Lights Down” is signed to — perhaps it’s his brand new imprint, , which he also announced during Miami Music Week just days before his headlining Ultra slot. Other notable parts his performance include bringing and onstage to debut their new collaboration, and J Balvin for their Latin-tinged single .”
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