Earlier this year, Jauz revealed in no uncertain terms that house music would become a bigger focus for him this year. After a brief foray into heavy dubstep with his Zeds Dead collaboration, "Shake," he's delivered another four-on-the-floor gem in the form of a tech house groover titled "Movin."
A decidedly upbeat iteration of the Jauz (real name Sam Vogel) sound, "Movin" is defined by a memorable bass line and vocal sample. Vogel's sound design subtleties set the song apart from other tech house releases on the market, almost likening it to early hard house from the '90s.
House was familiar territory for Vogel long before his current creative tangent. His 2014 breakout single "Feel The Volume" gave a new wave of producers the blueprint for the genre that would come to be called bass house. With his record label, Bite This!, he has continued to champion the sound by providing a platform for up-and-coming talent.
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