Brown, Eli: Deep Down

SKU: 43145829
Brown, Eli: Deep Down

Brown, Eli: Deep Down

SKU: 43145829

Format: 12-INCH SINGLE

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Title: Deep Down
Artist: Brown, Eli
Label: Drumcode
Product Type: 12-INCH SINGLE
UPC: 5060191679893
Genre: Dance

Eli Brown steps up to unveil his highly anticipated debut release on Drumcode. The UK artist hailing from Bristol has long been on Adam Beyer's radar. He made his debut on Drumcode's sub label Truesoul in 2019, teaming up with Will Clarke for their standout EP, 'Our Love'. Since then, Eli Brown's sound has continued to evolve and develop, with his signature dark and subversive sonics exhibiting on labels such as on Filth On Acid, We Are The Brave and his Arcane imprint earning high praise in techno circles.His maiden contribution to Drumcode is in the form of his high-octane four track EP 'Deep Down'. The title track 'Deep Down' has been a go-to weapon for Adam Beyer who's been slaying it at Awakenings, Ultra Europe x Resistance and Loveland. It's a dynamic, vocal-led production driven by a squelchy psy-laced synth line. 'Nazareth' is a pumping acid-infused stomper that galvanized the masses at Tomorrowland. Brown draws inspiration from Detroit for 'Can't Stop The Feeling', a track that delicately balances an exuberant soul vocal with a nostalgic rave vibe. The EP rounds out with the thrilling highlight, 'Pressure', as 90's house chords and gritty synths combine with a luring vocal hook for an ecstatic conclusion to the EP. It went down a treat when Beyer played it at Drumcode's Off Sonar party in June.


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