Initially, superstars like Avicii were some of the first to give rave reviews to Duke Dumont’s “The Giver,” a track released on Tiga’s label, Turbo Recordings. With a powerful set of vocals and a catchy chord sequence, it gained support from artists all across the dance music spectrum. When put into the hands of the label master himself, a progressive journey was molded around timeless lead-play and uniquely looped vocal sequences — breathing new life into an already stellar track. Tiga — being the innovator and pioneer of electronic music that he is — makes any release a welcomed treat. His take on “The Giver” is layered with hypnotizing rhythm, a gently thumping bassline, and reworked vocals that stands out from its original counterpart.
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