∆dmin "Hustle Me"
With a dominant 4/4 beat taking breaks for free-flow rhythm experimentations, "Hustle Me" by Bristol-based DJ/producer Adam Wickens (a.k.a. ∆dmin) offers quite a bit of interesting structural variance. The song certainly borders on hypnotic territory, yet weightless synth melodies, electronic embellishments (i.e. piano chords, laser sounds, and a pair of chopped vocal samples), and, of course, the ever-shifting beats manage to remain eclectically captivating through the end. Look for the rest of ∆dmin's Whatever You Want EP when it drops on December 15 via Glasgow Underground.
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