Teffler may not be a name you are familiar with quite yet but I can assure you that he has put his imprint on some of the scenes biggest stars. Now working closely with Afrojack’s Wall Recordings, Teffler is ready to breakthrough in the scene and emerge from behind the curtains and into the limelight. Today he brings us his new shuffle-ready future house track “The Spectre,” themed around James Bond.
Right away I can tell you “The Spectre” is made for you shuffle lovers. It has an infectious rhythm with inspiration drawn from the likes of Oliver Heldens and Don Diablo. The bass heavy synth certainly has that Oliver Heldens sound that we have come to love and adore. The breakdown is snazzy and keeps you engaged in the song before the booming drop comes in to get your shuffle feet moving.
“The Spectre” is out tomorrow January 19 with your exclusive first listen right here. The song is a must for you future house heads out there who enjoy the sound of Oliver Heldens and the likes. It is certainly a fun track and we can hear why Afrojack’s record label would want to work closely with Teffler. So check this one out now and prepare to get grooving.
Teffler – The Spectre |