Apster released a preview of his forthcoming original production, “Bucklekneez,” on his Soundcloud yesterday. Following largely successful tracks including “Marrakech” and “I Need More,” the Dutchman’s latest effort is in the same vein – featuring heavy drum rolls and a distorted bassline coupled with a pulsing bleep progression. “Bucklekneez” is a formidable addition to Apster‘s collection of releases that help solidify the young producer’s position in Afrojack’s Jacked crew. Check out the preview below and hold tight for the November 19th release from Wall Recordings.
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