San Holo Drops New Future Bass Anthem with "Light" [LISTEN]
Sander van Dijck, or as we all know him, San Holo, has just released another amazing future bass song titled “Light”.
This song mixes his usual space-like sound with more upbeat melodies to create the perfect festival track. The song starts off with some of the most mesmerizing and uplifting vocals to hit the electronic music genre in a while. It transitions into a mix of plucks that create a buildup to a completely out of this world drop. The chord progression in the drop is so exciting that it’s guaranteed to make any crowd go wild.
Whether this song is being played at a festival, or just for your own enjoyment, it’s definitely one that’s going to put a smile on your face. San Holo has a great way of putting feeling into his music, and I think that this track does exactly that, marking another success for this young Dutch DJ.
San Holo has been in the electronic music scene since the success of his Dr. Dre remix to “The Next Episode” in 2014. Since then, he has made numerous amazing songs himself, along with remixes and partnerships with other DJs and producers. Once signed by Heroic Recordings, he created his first debut EP entitled Cosmos EP. Since then, he has worked with some of the biggest names in EDM music including Porter Robinson, Yellow Claw, Jauz, and DJ Snake.
He has now released music not only under Heroic Recordings, but also under Monstercat and OWSLA. Some of his biggest solo hits are “We Rise”, “They Just Haven’t Seen It”, and “Fly” which can all be streamed for free on SoundCloud. With his recent growing fame, he was able to create his own record label called bitbird. He released two songs under his own record label, first “Still Looking”, and now the new song “Light”.
With this record label, San Holo has discovered artists that create the same sort of vibe as him and given them all a place to share their music with the world. I expect big things in the future not only from San Holo, but from bitbird records as well.
My hobbies include long walks to the main stage, pretending I know how to shuffle, and searching the Internet for sick new drops.