My Digital Enemy continue to present a vast catalogue of high
caliber, cutting edge house music via their Zulu Records imprint on a regular basis, and now it’s once again
their turn to take center stage on the label that they have nurtured over the
last three years. My Digital Enemy’s
latest offering, ‘High Forever’, is
a 90’s influenced club-filler that proves why they have such loyal and revered
support on the scene. With an onslaught of releases already filling up their
2016 calendar, the Brighton dance-duo show why they’re some of the hardest
working producers and DJs in the business.
With multiple Beatport triumphs, we’re expecting nothing less with
this one. Already championed by the industry’s best, Futuristic Polar Bears, Thomas
Gold and Sam Divine, My Digital Enemy show us they always
have a trick up their sleeves.
Boasting classic acid-house synths, and a jumpy funk-fest of a
bassline – ‘High Forever’ takes us somewhere in-between the golden-white sands
of a beach in Ibiza, to the dripping walls of the Hacienda nightclub. My Digital Enemy have a knack for
articulating their love for danceable, bass-driven music and are constantly
surrounding themselves with the world’s hottest exports – their latest record
sounds like they’ve taken these influences, blended them in the studio, and
this was the end result.
piano chords that remind you of some long-forgotten Chicago gem. End-to-end
with soulful vocal hooks, delicate build ups and a bouncy ball of a bassline,
‘High Forever’ parallels two universes where the track solely ties a powerful
bond between apparent contrasts.
High Forever is available now on Beatport
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