So I was working late in the studio when I suddenly got inspired to write something new. I often get really inspired and let my mind go when I am extremely tired - so I opened up Logic and started playing around with some melodies and drum grooves. I found a vocal that fit perfectly and about 2 hours later I had a finished track in front of me. Normally I will start by writing a break down going into a drop and listen to that loop for a few hours before I continue. But I remember thinking after 2 hours that this is the first time I had listened to the track all the way through.
I wrote Dubler towards the end of summer after going to a few Paradise Parties in ibiza. I love the sound but always thought it needed a bit more percussion for my liking. I got back to the studio after a trip and decided to try write something fresh; something that still had that bouncey groove with acid melodies, but also with my style of percussion and high energy. My intention was to write something that could be played at any point of the night whether it be an opening DJ, at peak time or closing off a night. I kept this track on my harddrive and waited for the right label to send it to. As soon as Skream took 'Where?' I knew this would be the perfect B side.
DJ Mag Spain review
Harrison Williams (Mixmag) - “<3” Si Edwards (Shazam) - “Adding to Shazam” XLR8R - “downloaded for xlr8r consideration” Tim Lorenz (Groove) - “interesting” EvilSound (DJ Mag Spain) - “DJ Mag Spain” DJ's My Nu Leng, Archie Hamilton, Claptone, Hannah Wants, Marco Carola, Bushwacka!, Eli Brown, Alkalino, Benny Blanco, Lovefingers / ESP Institute, Rich Hawtin, John Digweed, Banoffee Pies, Bill Brewster
Published: 17th January 2020