has followed up his smash hit Champions
a Big Room
song, released on Dim Mak Records
, featuring the beautifully soft vocals of Taylr Renee
. Big room house has often been criticized for its lack of ingenuity and creativity, however, Signals
does not follow the big room template, which is a good thing, despite how successful it is.
The song opens with a characteristic big room bass line and builds slowly only to make way for Taylr Renee’s voice and a soft, melodic piano melody. Despite the length of the first and second verse, I would have hoped to hear Taylr’s voice more often in the song, especially during the chorus. Signals
takes a break from the massive drops synonymous with big room house and reminds me of festival anthems of yesteryear; names such as Alesso
, Dirty South
back in the day, and Swedish House Mafia
come to mind when I’m listening through this song.
One of the main reasons I like this song is because there is a bit more complexity to it than traditional big room house tracks. There’s a definitive melody, bass line, kick, and a couple of other sounds that introduce themselves periodically throughout the track.
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Jeet Ghoshal – EDM TOR