Ultrademon "Lucky Cat"
Following his Shift 002 split-release with German producer Iron Curtis, Chicago-based producer and Coral label head Ultrademon is back with a quick ditty called "Lucky Cat." Clocking in just under three minutes, the tune is a race to the finish from its onset, the throbbing four-to-the-floor beat dominating the soundscape while it's reinforced by an energizing pattern of hi-hats and claps. An ecstatic synth melody pulsates alongside percussive vocal sputters, resulting in a layered composition fit for sci-fi soundtracks and dancefloors alike.
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