After being released on Wall Recordings, Tom Staar has transformed “African Drop” from a slower tribal track into a progressive club cut. While maintaining the tracks sampled vocals during his strong build up, the Brit adds a gratifying drop with surges of acid touches and tribal drums. This rendition of “African Drop” is a nice change from the typical progressive tracks we’ve been hearing as of late. Instead of using obvious synths followed by similar electro sounding drops, Tom Staar sums up a variety of styles into one that gives off a totally different yet pleasing vibe.
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