Habstrakt burst onto the scene at the height of the dubstep boom in the early 2010s, but by 2015, he had completely overhauled and upgraded his sound. The "Chicken Soup" co-producer found his groove bringing a bass-heavy approach to house music, and has landed co-signs on nearly every major dance music imprint since.
Keeping in character, Habstrakt's pumping bass lines and punchy drums make "De La Street" an instant fire starter. Twisted, revving synths add additional kindling to the blaze, taking listeners through a winding journey of quick-cut intricacies and explosive energy.
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Habstrakt is bringing his energy to festivals around the world this summer. Following dates at Electric Love Festival in Austria and Stereo Sunday Festival in the Netherlands, Habstrakt will return to California to play Audiotistic Festival in mid-July.