Coat of Arms "Worship"
- Words: Glenn Jackson
With a four-track EP set to drop via UK label Alive next month, burgeoning production talent Coat of Arms (who can also be found operating as half of Purple Velvet) has offered up the low-swinging house of "Worship" to introduce his project to the XLR8R faithful. Here, Coat of Arms' tune favors subtle sonic evolution over dancefloor bombast. The producer gradually lays into an understated shuffle, topping it off with smoothly morphing pads and a series of sub-bass hits that are catchy enough to just about takeover the track's melodic lead—that is, before a detuned arp sneaks into "Worship"'s second half.
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