Just this Monday, Dillon Francis teased a brand new collaboration with TV Noise that was meant to “make enjoyable individuals who make enjoyable dance music and all drops in dance music proper now.” The thought was that the drop would change each 4 bars, enjoying f the range widespread drop tropes current in right this moment’s EDM membership local weather.
Out right this moment is that monitor, “EDM O’ CLOCK.” And whereas it doesn’t fairly reside as much as the expectations I had for it, it nonetheless will get the job performed. The monitor does change the drop each 4 bars, however there may be positively a core melody and bassline that Dillon and TV Noise return to after every alternating swap up. So whereas it isn’t an fully new drop each 4 bars, technically, Dillon wasn’t mendacity.
The monitor is frightfully quick, clocking in just below 2m30s — however contemplating the character the monitor, that’s not fully shocking. There are two distinct drop sections, with two alternating drops inside every part. All in all, it’s a brilliant enjoyable monitor that retains you shifting and entertained, and that’s all we will ask for!
Check out “EDM O’ CLOCK” from Dillon Francis and TV Noise under, out now on Martin Garrix’s STMPD RCRDS.