Apster has been working on some pretty big projects lately, and has established himself on labels such as Spinnin Records, Afrojack’s Wall Recordings, and Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records. “Marrakech” is a perfect example of the clear, crisp melodic beats Apster strings together before he drops it down low for a gear-grinding drop. The build up is airy and drawn out, to the point where you almost begin to wonder if the song will ever settle into itself. Just at that moment, Apster drops it lower than you could even have imagined into a dirty-cut percussive romp, and the melody dives down with it. Give the song a full listen before you make a snap judgement, as a whole the track is an ear-wormy, club anthem sure to keep feet moving.
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Apster – Marrakech (Original Mix)
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