The Montreal based dubstep duo, Adventure Club, have been steadily growing their fan base and making a name for themselves. Their track “Do I See Color” was featured in a recent Coca-Cola commercial along with dubstep-dancing Youtube sensation Marquese Scott. We’re big fans of Adventure Club’s slightly more chilled out style of dubstep that features heavy bass drops that don’t overpower the melody of the track. “Wait” is an original Adventure Club production that features a vocal sample from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ track “Maps.” Have a listen to it below and grab the free download!
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