Firebeatz continue on their meteoric rise into the dance music consciousness with the dark, electro house stunner “Disque.” Fresh off the release of “Dear New York” and “Here We F*cking Go,” the Dutch duo deliver an electro-tinged production. Framed by tightly-wound arpeggios, throaty bass line wobbles, and gut-punching percussion, “Disque” strikes a delicate balance between progressive melodies and electro-industrial grit.
Set to be released on December 10th via Spinnin Records, “Disque” marks the 3rd high quality release from Firebeatz in just as many months.
Listen after the break.
Release Date: December 10th, 2012
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