Champion of all things deep and tech, the bass peddling veteran Worthy returns to the plate with another stellar release, this time through Anabalic Records. Like his previous record “Crickes & Joints“, that was released through Skrillex’s OWSLA imprint earlier this year, the Flashin EP plants Worthy solidly in the darker, groovier end of the house spectrum.  “Flashin” is a song that was made to propel club-goers into the wee hours of the night. In lieu of the traditional four-to-the-floor staple of house, a syncopated kick groove gives the tune a refreshing bounce. Worthy lets the energy ebb and flow naturally with this one, while simultaneously invoking a retro-esque vibe with well placed chord stabs and minimal vocal samples. The B side, “Trinidad” sees Worthy exploring a more tropical vibe, with a synthesized steel drum banging out an infectious lead for the first section of the track. This lead proceeds to give way to a make room for a sub-rattling groove that is sure to get the crowd moving. If you’re a fan of house tracks that hit hard, while still leaving room to breathe, Flashin’ is a record you simply need to add to your crates. Stream the EP in its entirety below:



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