Premiere: Sequel and Tiber link up on new single, Flight

Premiere: Sequel and Tiber link up on new single, Flight

Two of Australia's brightest, upcoming names team up for one of 2017's best songs thus far.

When talking about Aussie future-bass young guns set to take over in 2017, two artists that immediately come to mind are Sequel and Tiber. The former simmered away for much of last year with varying edits and originals, including a world-class remix of Kanye’s largely un-remixable Fade, and Glass, a collaboration featuring fellow Australian young gun Ninajirachi. The latter of which, however ended 2016 with a high-point, collaborating with heavy-hitter Moonbase Commander for the dominating Bloom, with a mountain of other originals and remixes scattered throughout the year.

2017 sees them link up and infuse their developing sounds and styles with Flight, a sample-filled track that bubbles with excitement and joyfulness. Opening with an inviting, simplistic synth line, the track builds up into what anticipates to be a soaking future-bass drop, but instead, the track whips away into a chilled-out, more melodic sound that swirls around a central synth melody. After a brief, NASA-sampling transmission (which came with the track’s naming), that chilled-out sound returns a little beefier, with a more invigorating synth line and upbeat percussion work used to keep the listeners energized and paying attention – and it works a charm. Listen to the track below, which arrives with promises from both camps, especially Tiber, in relation to new music and possible inter-state shows shortly.

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