Frederik Olufsen is hitting the music industry hard – his recent “launch” at the Mau5trap pool party during MMW has led to him releasing his first single, “Delirium.” The song starts out with an long, hard, and fast-paced electro build and then drops into a heavy wobbled bass. The sound is something that resembles a unique blend of Wolfgang Gartner and Deadmau5. It has an epic build that never seems to end, but eventually the deep drop does arrive. The track is available for free download through Mau5trap’s SoundCloud, and given Deadmau5’s personal pimping of late, we will probably be seeing more from The Frederik before long.
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