The next release on In Music comes from producer Nick Hook, and he digs deep into the studio and comes up with Burn Out Baby. Two mixes here that range from broken beats to chunky house.
First up is the Headstatic Club Inferno Mix, and from the word go the track gets into gear with some solid broken beats and rumbling baselines. A somewhat seductive vocal enters the track, and echoes amongst the chunky beats that soon get more sinister by the minute as dark synths attack the airwaves.
Following this is the Original Vocal Mix, where the beats go back into a 4/4 formation, yet the chunkiness is still very strong. The vocal of course plays a vital role alongside solid beats that are surrounded by a pulsating baseline. A melodic breakdown deep into the track adds an unexpected touch, and also adds a melodic loop that takes the track out in a bit of style.
Not a bad release at all here, with the both mixes providing pretty solid moments throughout. Perhaps nothing groundbreaking but nevertheless good fun moments this release is sure to bring.
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