We last shared a Walden track in September when the Australian producer treated us with “Warmonger.” Today, we bring you a preview of his latest work, “Ciaco.” The track starts with disjointed vocals over a melodic beat then easily moves into a big room, laser-laden progression. For more of this young producer/DJ’s music, you can check out his remix of Mika’s “Make You Happy” on the latest episode of Arty’s Together We Are radio show. Fittingly, many of Walden’s fans are already comparing him to Arty. Check out the preview for yourself and let us know what you think. The track’s official release date is set for November 13th on Beatport.
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