Throughout the rise of dance music, European countries like the Netherlands and Sweden have long been considered the meccas of electronic music. In recent years, it has become quite clear that Australia is now a rising contender for that title. Artists like Flume, What So Not, Anna Lunoe, and Alison Wonderland have all championed the rising dance music movement out of Australia, bringing a diverse array of forward-thinking and bass-focused styles of house, trap, future bass, and more into the spotlight.
Ahead of the UK release the original and official remix of “Take Me Back,” Sydney-based house producer LO’99 has unveiled a new VIP edit of his debut hit on Medium Rare Records. On his new track, the talented producer dives into the original and its vocal, builds a heaping swing of anticipation, and then drops right into a brooding, sinister bass line that'll leave your face more scrunched up than any amount of Sour Patch Kids would. Want to know the best part about the release? LO’99 has made his VIP edit available as a free download, so there’s no excuse not to have this gem in your library. Take a listen and snag your free copy below: