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San Holo Joins bitbird Signee Duskus On Powerful Future Bass Song "Take Me Home"

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Not long ago, we introduced U.K. producer Duskus to the site with his single “Find You”, released via birbird. Today, Duskus dropped a collaborative track with bitbird founder himself, San Holo. The track is titled “Take Me Home” and is featured on Duskus’ EP ‘cute’, alongside a second new track “Closed”. Duskus was bitbird’s first signee, and since has proven himself to be an artist to pay close attention to with his shimmering songwriting and detailed sound design.

“Take Me Home” has obvious elements from both San Holo and Duskus, starting with emotional vocal chops paired with the twinkling synths. Climaxing with a cinematic future-bass drop, this song fits perfectly into bitbird’s extensive repitoirre. Duskus X San Holo – “Take Me Home”. Enjoy!

Duskus & San Holo - Take Me Home

San Holo & Yellow Claw Team Up For New Laidback Trap Tune “Summertime”

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San Holo and Yellow Claw may be two producers with vastly different styles, but nobody can deny that when they get together to collaborate, they can create gold. This is the third time the Dutch producers have worked together on a track. Their past collabs, "Alright" and "Old Days" were two very unique tunes, but there’s no doubt that “Summertime” is their strongest work together thus far.

Between Yellow Claw’s specialization in heavy bass and San Holo’s in sweet, rich melodies, you really can’t go wrong with these two. “Summertime” is a perfect, lighthearted trap tune that will nurse you back to health on those warm, hungover mornings. The new track has soothing vocals, shimmering synths, and even some smooth guitar licks at the end that close the track out nicely.

Based on how well Yellow Claw and San Holo go together, we can safely assume that this won’t be the last we hear from them. Enjoy!

Yellow Claw & San Holo - Summertime 

San Holo Sings & Plays Guitar On Impressive New Song "Right Here Right Now" Ft. Taska Black

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San Holo’s continuous transparency with his fans and peers is incredibly respectable. From sharing tutorial videos illustrating how he made his songs to constantly sharing ideas, updates (and plants) via social media, the multi-talented Dutch producer consistently shows that he is not only an incredible artist, but just an overall awesome human. Now, after only a few weeks since announcing that he was working on an album and experimenting with his sound, San has teamed up with Taska Black on a brand new single titled “Right Here, Right Now” that San actually offers own vocals on.

Although we haven’t heard these two on a track together before now (apart from the bitbird mega collab), seeing as the Dutch and Belgian producers are not only labelmates, but live about an hour and a half away from each other, this collab definitely seems overdue. Starting off slow with some warbling synth chords and some distant whistling, San’s soft vocals slowly float in over some gentle percussion, progressing the song into an emotional drop driven by a booming bass, silky vocal harmonies and some crunchy electric guitar - most likely played by San himself. Check out “Right Here, Right Now” below and enjoy!

San Holo - Right Here Right Now (Ft. Taska Black)

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