Russian talent Archie has been making waves with his catchy blend of progressive house. After giving away his big room remix of Krewella’s “Alive,” the 20-year-old producer has returned with a free download of a new original entitled “The V.” Straying away from his conventional light-hearted progressive house formula, Archie offers a funky, flavorful electro house track, bursting at the seams with growling dubstep synths. This is quite possibly our favorite production from Archie yet. Pick it up for free from Archie’s Facebook.
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