Holly x Kyral & Banko Collabed On A Massive New Tune Called “I Don’t Need U”

Holly x Kyral & Banko Collabed On A Massive New Tune Called “I Don’t Need U”
Alejandro Vega

Portuguese producer Holly is no stranger to crazy good beats. His collab with Goja was pretty sick. Today he’s got another new collab this time with duo Kyral & Banko from Chicago and Denver respectfully. This new tune is called I Don’t Need U. It starts out as a typical 4/4 beat but the buildup shortly after drops a Dubstep screech lead and an obnoxious subbass. The variety of sounds and effects they use push the boundaries of producing; challenging themselves to get the right sounds in no mater how long it takes. The second drop adds a gritter bass with no screechy lead, adding more variation with the track as a whole. This is an insane production and a free download too!

Holly & Kyral x Banko – I Don’t Need U | Download |

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Alejandro Vega

Texas dude who loves this weird thing called Electronic Dance Music

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