Pickle Launches brine Records With Electrifying Single “Stompin’”

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There’s a very good chance you’ve seen one of your favorite DJ’s play a Pickle track. With hit singles like “On The Drums” and “Body Work,” and his iconic bootleg series Club Juice which features edits of Daft Punk’s “One More Time” and Biggie Small’s “Big Poppa,” the tech house producer has seen support from the biggest acts in the game like Diplo, Tiesto, and Dom Dolla. It’s only up for Pickle as he launches his brand new label brine Records alongside the release of “Stompin’.”

Pickle’s music carries a nostalgic energy to that of the golden era of 90’s rave music. “Stompin’” is a contemporary take on a 1998 club track by JS16 titled, “Stomp To My Beat.” The track highlights Pickle’s ability to pair his flawless sample selection with infectious tech house rhythms. The track itself is already a fan favorite and is the perfect beginning to this new chapter for the rising artist.

Stream “Stompin’” below and enjoy!

Pickle – Stompin’

-Written By: JD Scribner
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