, a.m., and are all on a bass-heavy that adds serious groove to the dance floor. The eclectic release is called “.” Matsu and both have extensive performance history and each cultivate a distinct vibe on their own. Put the two and “Eerie” is the caliber and quality that results.

Featuring a well-equipped blend of festival-aesthetics, classic house elements, and splash of experimental-spiritualism, “Eerie” easily gets you in the zone. With black a.m. set to drop more releases in 2020 and a host of success behind both artists here, the future looks bright with “Eerie.”

Source: Daily Beat

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