Slumberjack Link With QUIX & josh pan On Heavy Experimental Trap Single "Vision"

Slumberjack Josh Pan

Australian production duo SLUMBERJACK have teamed up with QUIX and josh pan on a heavy-hitting new collaboration "Vision" that might just blow out your speakers. This release tops off an impressive string of releases for SLUMBERJACK, including a VIP of “NAKED” they reserve for live shows and an impressive track on with KRANE on his new album. This track’s other contributors have been just as busy with QUIX dropping a powerful collaboration with What So Not and josh pan continually cranking out innovative original tracks.

Now they’ve combined forces for an intense new track that showcases their combined production skill. The defining feature of this track is a rapid-fire lead synth that is teased at the beginning but fully hits the listener on the drop as the bass twists and turns below. What sounds like josh’s distorted vocals guide us through each buildup and add yet another level of dark energy to the record. Bass-lovers will love the moments before the final climax as everything falls away but a heavy sub and screeching synths that combine for an intense and powerful effect. Enjoy!

Slumberjack & Quix - Vision (Ft. josh pan)

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