Ryan Spicer & Duckworthsound mix their skills for brand new single ‘Sweat’: Hear
Ryan Spicer & Duckworthsound have come collectively to launch their second collaboration, the bass heavy, physique shaking single, Sweat. Out now by way of Showtek’s Skink Data, the observe is filled with vitality and haunting vocals that make it excellent for the autumn season whereas nonetheless excellent for golf equipment and pageant levels any time of 12 months.
For Ryan Spicer and Duckworthsound, Sweat follows up their 2021 collaboration, Voices In My Head, and reveals how the 2’s familiarity and various influences mix properly as they proceed to push the boundaries of manufacturing and cross style strains with their releases. Whereas Voices In My Head featured a strong R&B type feminine vocal over its bass heavy rhythms, Sweat retains the bass sounds however opts for a darker vocal component to enrich the music. Discussing the one, Ryan Spicer reveals the thrill and ease of working alongside Duckworthsound as they accomplished their second collaboration:
‘Sweat is the long-awaited second launch from myself and Duckworthsound on Showtek’s seminal label SKINK. After the success of our debut observe on the label ‘Voices In My Head’, we wish to observe it up, and this one took place once we was within the studio collectively final 12 months and we needed to place one thing out that was darkish and heavy, excellent for Halloween. We obtained some huge synths and an enormous baseline, chucked in some darkish halloween type vocals and that is the end result. A tough-hitting smasher of a observe able to get blasted this winter. Buzzing to play this one out and now we have had some superb feedback from DJs already who’re able to play it this Halloween!’
Whereas Halloween might have handed, Sweat is constructed to be listened to 12 months spherical. The crisp manufacturing radiates vitality and listeners can really feel that the one factor lacking is the large audio system and pyrotechnics that might make sure to accompany the one when blasted from levels from all over the world.
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