Listen to Baauer's new banger as the don himself touches down in Australia

Listen to Baauer's new banger as the don himself touches down in Australia

A free, experimental cut featuring CZ, which arrives with his Listen Out shows kicking off this Saturday.

Arriving earlier this year with singles including GoGo!Kung Fu (featuring Pusha T and Future) and Temple (featuring M.I.A.), Baauer's debut album Aa was one of this year's best on the electronic album front, delving into a wide-array of styles and genres across its 13 tracks. Despite easily being his biggest collection of work to date, the Philadelphian producer isn't quite done yet, launching his new Beats 1 radio segment with How Can You Tell When It's Done?, an experimental cut featuring Nina Las Vegas-collaborator CZ. Arriving just days before his upcoming Australian tour with the Listen Out gang, How Can You Tell Me When It's Done? is Baauer at his banger-making peak, bringing back that heavy bass and deep percussion work we fell in love with that was somewhat absent from his album, with the exception of tracks like GoGo!. It's got that raw, organic feel to it that we saw on tracks like Swoopin and his LuckyMe advent contribution Zales, yet at the same time it has definite cleanliness and polished feel to it that prevailed on tracks from Aa. Listen to the track below and for more Baauer-related reading material before his quickly-approaching trip down under, check out our interview with the dude himself from when he dropped his album earlier this year HERE.

Tour Dates (with Listen Out Festival):

Saturday, 24th September - Catani Gardens, Melbourne

Sunday, 25th September - HBF Arena, Perth

Saturday, 1st October - Centennial Park, Sydney

Sunday, 2nd October - Victoria Park, Brisbane

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