Premiere: Stace Cadet and KLP link up for new collab, High
The Melbournian producer has his eyes set on club domination, and his new track with KLP shows no signs of this slowing down.
While his name may be not as renowned as some of his fellow club-destroying pals - many of which he calls label-mates on the ever-brilliant Medium Rare Recordings - Stace Cadet is definitely someone you shouldn't look over. Ever since his debut single Molly Happy two years back, the Melbourne-based producer has done nothing but shine, whether it's through remixes, singles, or collaborations with names like Hood Rich and Terace. Over the past two years, it's become apparent that the galactic producer has shown no signs of slowing down on his trek to become one of the Australian house scene's most consistently impressive names, something that definitely seems to continue with the release of his latest - High.
Featuring the breezy and relaxed vocals of KLP, High is a remarkably crisp house tune that churns with a slight pop edge (namely thanks to KLP's vocals), showcasing the production dexterity of Stace Cadet while also adding a slight twist onto his notoriously club-focused house sound. Opening by introducing KLP's airy vocals and the relentless-proving bass line which continues for much of the single's three-and-a-half minutes, KLP's earworming vocal leads the way to a thumping breakdown marked with that trademark bounce. However, unlike many house tunes where the thumping bass and general loudness may prove a touch overwhelming, the lightness of High gives is a constantly-repeatable, summery feel which may never get old. Check it out below ahead of its release on Medium Rare Recordings tomorrow.
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