The two techno masterminds previously made dance floor magic with the euphoric "We Are One" in 2021, and thus a proper follow-up was all but certain.
Cox's heavy-handed kicks on "See the Sun Rising" punch through the mix expeditiously while the melodic techno sensibilities of Wah shine in the arrangement's uplifting, arpeggiated melody. It's a blend of sounds that Wah likened to a match made in heaven.
"I think the record is a perfect combination of both mine and Carl's underground sound," Wah said in a press release shared with EDM.com. "Fast pumping drums and bass lines Carl is known for and the euphoric breakdowns that I’d like to think I’m known for also. This record is definitely for that peak time moment when the crowd is ready to go on a proper journey."
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"See the Sun Rising" is the latest from Cox's upcoming album, Electronic Generations, after recent releases alongside Nicole Moudaber and Fatboy Slim, respectively. Cox has sought to channel the spirit of his impressive hybrid live sets, which frequently see the electronic music veteran crafting, remixing and sequencing elements of his performance on the fly.
Though it'd prove a daunting task for most, Cox isn't one to shy away from a healthy challenge. And when it comes to Electronic Generations—his first studio album in over 10 years—the techno juggernaut hasn't hesitated to keep audiences guessing what's next to come.
You can stream "See the Sun Rising" here. Electronic Generations is scheduled to release on October 28th via BMG.