Montreal dubstep duo Adventure Club have an undeniable penchant for selecting soulful, emotive vocals (see “Need Your Heart,” “Rise & Fall,” and “Wait”). In combination with their soft, reverb-laden piano work and melody-driven approach to dubstep, Adventure Club have successfully crafted their own brand of beautiful bass music. Their newest remix of “Lullabies” by Yuna is a testament to this fact. The beginning seconds are visceral and nostalgic, drawing you in before the swirling, growling bass consumes you. Pick up the song for free from Adventure Club’s Facebook.
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