Together with Justin Martin, Dirtybird label head Claude VonStroke has been championing a unique, bass-heavy version of tech house for the electronic music world to bask in. Teaming up with the respected Crosstown Rebels imprint, VonStroke’s take on Infinity Ink’s “Infinity” has reached “Essential New Tune” status on Pete Tong’s famed Radio 1 show not once, but twice. The track — which is centered around a punchy bassline and retro-like vocals — meets in the middle of gloom and groove, giving it the proper dose of weirdness that we’ve come to expect from Claude. The track is set for release on October 29th, along with a rework from Richy Ahmed.
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