Holding it down for Canada’s big room house contingent, Felix Cartal has returned with “No Sleep,” a brand new original featuring the vocal talent of Natalie Angiuli. The track begins with an otherwise simple progression of piano chords, turned infatuating by Angiuli’s dreamy voice. This leads the way for a magnificently massive build up of soaring synth stabs, aptly setting the tone for the vigorous, rumbling electro drop. “No Sleep” will be released on Dim Mak Records on December 4th. For now, you can satisfy yourself with the lengthy preview below.
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