There is a common theme amongst most Michael Woods productions: they’re constructed for the big-room sound, hit exceptionally hard, and always leave you wanting more. On his latest edit of “Diamond Rings,” (previewed in his Essential Mix) Woods ventures into the grungy electro sound, but stays true to those melodic builds that he’s so famous for. After the breakdown, the punchy electro chord play gives off a dance friendly vibe, and the brief vocal spouts give it just enough personality for a club approved banger. The track will be available August 13 exclusively on Beatport.
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