Listen: Human Movement - Stranger

Listen: Human Movement - Stranger

Heavy house bangers to get you through to the weekend.

No stranger (unintentional pun, promise) to the house music world now, Aussie club duo Human Movement has finally released Stranger, the follow up to their massive February-released thumper Paradise. Definitely a deep, dark, late-night gem, Stranger features that same heavy, industrial feel as their previous tunes, with the monstrous warehouse beat dominating over looping vocal work and light, bouncy synth. If you’re a fan of this, the duo has also released a mammoth remix of Sweetland’s Solanum, taking on the Stoney Roads Records release with that addicting dark sound from before heaving amongst vocal cuts and loops from the original and a tonne of hand claps. Have a listen to the Solanum remix HERE, and listen to Stranger below.

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