Hot off their heavy collaboration with Showtek, “Hey!,” Bassjackers are set to release a monstrous new original alongside Revealed Recordings all-star Dyro. First premiered on Hardwell‘s official podcast ‘Hardwell on Air,’ “Grid” is a fierce offering from two of the Netherlands’ finest exports. With clear influence from all three Dutchmen, “Grid” employs a catchy electro bassline, bolstered by growling synths and a whistling melody. Good things are bound to happen when like-minded artists collaborate, and Bassjackers and Dyro certainly have a knack for high octane electro. No info on the official release yet. We’ll keep you posted.
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