Worthy
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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