Yesterday, Jochen Miller took to all of his various social media accounts to announce the premiere of his newest single, “Damnit,” available exclusively via Beatport. A progressive house killer at its very core, this effervescent track is five minutes and 31 seconds of pure genius infused with some uncontrollably wild synth and downright nasty riffs. Although we’re used to hearing fairly similar sounds from the Big & Dirty recording artist at this point in his career, “Damnit” is still an all around stellar track that, without question, lives up to its big room name.
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