Better known for their tracks that typically feature some pretty killer bass, Culture Code recently decided to switch things up a bit and take a stab at their first progressive house mix with a little help from vocalist Brenton Mattheus. An impressive start for the English duo’s initial venture into the realm of progressive house, “On My Own” is a highly emotional single characterized by a series of intense highs with nearly inaudible lows that will undoubtedly hook listeners from beginning to end. With its beautiful vocals, sensational buildups, and expertly crafted melody, “On My Own” has all the makings of a potential club hit and a pivotal release for all three young artists involved. Grab the free download after the break.
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