With the might of Martin Garrix's STMPD RCRDS behind them, new Dutch electronic group Drove has officially made their debut with a new EP called Dusk. Released January 8th and comprised of six tracks, the project puts a modern twist on melodic house music, falling somewhere between the rapture of RÜFÜS DU SOL and the melodrama of Bob Moses.
From pulsing club bass and laid-back rhythms to floating vocals and carefully programmed percussion, Dusk fuses dance-pop with future house to craft a mood primed for your next late night drive. The Dillon Francis-assisted "Places" incorporates filtered vocals with breezy synths, while "Alive Again" is dark and enigmatic. "Know" marks the debut of Ex Love, widening the scope of Dusk to be a defining moment for the industry's new guard of creators.
Check out the EP in full below.
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