Walker & Royce are maybe the quickest rising producers developing from the Dirtybird stratosphere of the tech-house galaxy. To say that they’re rising in recognition is definitely an understatement contemplating the huge quantity of help that every Dirtybird artist has given their music ever since ‘Shiny Lights’ and on till their Dirtybird debut for the Boy EP. Now right here we’re a strong 12 months because the notorious “within the butt” monitor can be downloaded and performed worldwide and we’re seeing much more connection between Walker & Royce and Dirtybird data.
‘Take Me To Your Chief’ is arguably the anthem of the Summer season. I’ve heard it supported by each Dirtybird DJ lately and everybody I’ve talked to has been dying to get their palms on it. The monitor options Dances With White Girls, a vocal artist most lately identified for his work with Chris Lake on ‘Operator’.
I’ve at all times observed a peculiar quantity of bizarre experimentalism that makes Walker & Royce uniquely funky. They virtually out-weird the Dirtybird crew which could be very laborious to high at occasions. They’ve at all times been unusual in their very own approach however ‘Take Me To Your Chief’ lastly realizes their full potential as a psychedelic space-funk tech home jam. The monitor performs with classic analog sounds and obscure melodies to create an alien ambiance that’s distinctive to their type but in keeping with this label.
This monitor itself proves that Walker & Royce is not only in it for the banging membership jams. This one presents the ahead considering type that it potential by dance music however relevant in different contexts. The one factor higher than ‘Take Me To Your Chief’ lastly releasing immediately is the truth that this drop comes with the announcement of their debut album approaching Dirtybird as effectively. It has been effectively over a 12 months since a full-length LP dropped on the label, that being Justin Martin’s Hello Clouds. It’s fairly clear that Dirtybird is selective about their album releases and after seeing what Walker & Royce can do we’ve got little question that it’ll be among the best releases of the 12 months.