Premiere: Stace Cadet offers a moment of hump day relief with Abracadabra

Premiere: Stace Cadet offers a moment of hump day relief with Abracadabra

The Melbourne beat-maker offers a rowdy new tune, his first for 2019.

We're huge fans of the stomping house scene blossoming on the east coast of Australia at the moment, particularly through the Club Sweat and Medium Rare Recordings labels - both of which catering to different sides of the house music realm, but both connected by their strengths in putting out top-tier club-ready bangers. Stace Cadet is a Melbourne-based producer that we've been covering more and more of late, most notably for his booming collab with KLP High, which as we said on release around six months ago, showcased "the production dexterity of Stace Cadet while also adding a slight twist onto his notoriously club-focused house sound."

High really began a new era for the producer and following on from the success of his next release - and most recent - Faith, he's kicked off his 2019 with a nod to his old-school sound, moving away from the vocal-driven take on house music he's been repping for much of the last year and instead, aiming his sights directly on the dancefloor with Abracadabra. It's a heaving tech-house number that unites some clever vocal sampling with a thick, bass-driven production, keeping things simplistic yet effective as its lasering synth and compact melodies punch underneath. "After a long-haul experience to the other side of the world, with boots to the ground on the cobble-stoned streets of Amsterdam (ADE), I returned home inspired by the wonders I had seen and heard through the blurry nights of a city overrun with electronic-egos. Trying to somehow bottle the electricity of my magical adventures with friends, on dance floors and through the murky canals of a Monet wet dream - I began conjuring Abracadabra," he says on the track. "Made for dance floors. Tried and tested. 10 points to Gryffindor. It’s only magic if you don’t know how it’s done. Now you know. Abracadabra."

Listen to the track below and stay tuned for a big 2019 planned.

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