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Delta Heavy have yet again proved their unbreakable work ethic by crafting this next single with absolute precision. On top of a transatlantic tour, which saw them begin the year by playing sets from coast to coast across the US, as well as touring throughout Australia, they’ve returned after the monumental success of ‘Reborn’ and a host of remixes for dance music’s biggest names.
‘Ghost’ and double a-side ‘Tremors’ demonstrate a multi-dimensional approach to music making, juxtaposed in a way that pedestals the artists’ vast spectrum of musicality.
The duo also flex their A&R skills, employing a host of artists to redevelop their already stellar-production. Both Zomboy and Infuze, hand-picked by the producers, use their calibre and pay homage to ‘Ghost’ whilst twisting it into two slabs of bass which are almost unrecognisable.
‘Ghost’ epitomises the standards set by Delta Heavy. Slowly building vocals relay against a colossal break, which ebbs and then cascades into peddled drum beats and elevating synth patterns. With vocal crescendos then dipping you into half-time, it’s impossible not to see this record exploding the stage at any festival across the globe.
On the other hand, ‘Tremors’ explores a totally different territory. Taking the feel of old-school pounding riddims and infusing it with a futuristic, LFO-lead bassline, ‘Tremors’ is more reminiscent of the genre’s darker undercurrent. Relentlessly rolling forward on pounding subs and catapulted by a creepy, cinematic vocal sample, they’ve followed up their last output with impeccable style and versatility. Both ‘Ghost’ and its flipside are sure to be reloaded throughout sets this summer, creating a journey which begins and ends with Delta Heavy.
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