90's kids: whip out the Capri Sun, dump it into your morning coffee, and blast the newest single from house producer Nostalgix, who has dropped the curtain on her new single "Spice Girl."
While the track doesn't sample the Spice Girls, it serves as an electrifying ode to the iconic 90s pop group with its spunky, intoxicating vocal refrain that urges listeners to "roll the dice." With its seductive and forward-thinking sound design, "Spice Girl" represents a nasty house offering from the Vancouver-based young gun, who has been making serious noise in the genre over the course of the last year.
"Spice Girl" expertly tightropes the line between filthy and groovy, as Nostalgix produces quirky, metallic bass patches and punchy drums, which run roughshod through each drop's thick low end. All in all, the bouncy single is brimming with the blissful joie de vivre of a sun-kissed house bop that yearns for pool party season.
"To me 'Spice Girl' is all about being fierce and having the strength to go after what you want," Nostalgix tells EDM.com. "Taking risks, and being bold. I started writing this record in Detroit taking inspiration from all of the art around me."
You can listen to the track in full below ahead of its official release tomorrow morning.