For their first release of the year, London-based trio JADED hits the ground running with their first track on Don Diablo's Hexagon label.
In collaboration with Black Caviar and Antony & Cleopatra, the single combines a catchy deep house bass line with upbeat synths. It's a dance track ready for the club, with driving hooks and bouncy reverb.
JADED has previously released songs on Claude VonStroke's Dirtybird Records imprint and Black Butter, a British label that has broken artists Clean Bandit and Rudimental. With a remix-heavy discography including reworks of Avicii, Rita Ora and Paul McCartney tracks, they have also gained support for their European club house sound with singles including "In the Morning," released in 2017, and "Pancake" from 2018.
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Black Caviar, a New York-based duo known for their remix of Tiësto's "BOOM," brought their dark and heavy style to "Slippin.'" Antony & Cleopatra, who toured with Alison Wonderland for her Australian Scarehouse Project, balance out Black Caviar with their funkier, tech house sound.