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“Take It Slow” With Dallerium’s New EP

“Take It Slow” With Dallerium’s New EP
Brian Poles

Croatian producer Dallerium has taken it back a few years with his debut EP “Take It Slow” which features three future house tracks which were all the rage (and still just as good now) a couple of years ago when the likes of Tchami and Oliver Heldens first exploded onto the scene with their sounds.

The title track of the EP “Take It Slow” features groovy piano rhythms in both the buildup and the drop which carry the track from beginning to end with its upbeat melody. The next track “Dancin'” will surely get you going dancing. It features drum snares along with a similar piano drop to “Take It Slow” which seems to be Dallerium’s dancefloor weapon of choice. The final track of the EP is “Feel This Way” which will having you feeling some type of way. This one explodes with fast paced drum snares leading into funky and shallow beats before they ascend into the limelight until descending into Dallerium’s now all to familiar piano drop which will get your shuffle feet moving. Mysterious voices then begin to start calling over the track to give it that true future house feel and make it hard not to groove to this without a smile on your face.

“Take It Slow” is out now via Uprise Music as a free download so make sure to grab this one as it will surely brighten your library and your collection of top-notch future house tunes. Also be on the lookout for Dallerium over the course of the year as this Croatian certainly has a knack for this future house sound.

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