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[TSS Premiere] Andrew Luce & XVII Unveil Original Track ‘Blanc’

[TSS Premiere] Andrew Luce & XVII Unveil Original Track ‘Blanc’
Blog Game Bill Clinton

Andrew Luce has been absolutely crushing remixes of everything from The Weeknd’s Drunk In Love cover to Drake’s DnF to classics from my high school days such as 50’s Candy Shop and Akon and Snoop’s I Wanna F*** You. With all of the credibility that those remixes have given Luce’s name, I was extremely excited to hear what Andrew’s original work would sound like, and his collaboration with fellow upcoming producer XVII is exactly what we have on deck for you today.

The track starts out very mellow and distant before gathering energy and building up into a drop filled with pounding drums and blaring sustained synths. Gun cock samples and crisp snares provide perfect accents to the heavier track elements and give the track added depth. After the primary drop, the track returns to the dreary feel of the intro before ramping up into the second drop. The second drop is where the track really gets special for me as the it takes the tune in a refreshing new direction. The two producers decide to get funky and load it up with a bunch of wonky synths that’ll make you want to bounce off of the walls. Many producers take the easy way out by copying and pasting the second drop and altering it only very slightly, but Luce and XVII show off their versatility by making it completely fresh.

If you’re one of the lucky folks that will be joining us at Coachella this year, be sure to swing by the Do Lab to catch Andrew Luce’s Coachella debut. To get yourself hyped up for that, be sure to grab the free download of this track at the link below. Throw Andrew and XVII a follow on the social media, and be sure to stay on the lookout for Luce’s EP which is dropping soon.

Andrew Luce ft. XVII – Blanc (Original Mix) | Free Download


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