After making way for experimental trap releases, MixMash Trap EP and Oliver Twizt’s “Let Me See You Do It,” Laidback Luke returns to his label with a production of his own. Aptly titled, “Pogo” commands listeners — live and digital — to bounce along with its Dutch synth waves and animated drumline. Even the brief vocal stints from Majestic encourage “bouncing to the beat like you’re jumping on a pogo.” Suitable for one of Luke’s mainstage outings, his most recent effort is a prime example of his evolving sound.
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