It is always an interesting prospect to see an artist experiment with his or her core style. In his newest release, href="http://dancingastronaut.com/tag/jauz">Jauz has taken up this trend by moving away from the dubstep and bass house sounds that helped him become a dance music mainstay. Over the last year, this refreshing change has culminated into a string of hit singles with the likes of href="http://dancingastronaut.com/tag/marshmello">marshmello and href="http://dancingastronaut.com/tag/san-holo">San Holo, as well as an acclaimed href="http://dancingastronaut.com/2016/11/jauz-releases-drum-n-bass-remix-porter-robinsons-language/">DnB remix of Porter Robinson’s “Language”.
The producer’s latest single, “The Game,” adds a beastly new dimension to Jauz’s formidable musical arsenal. The song progresses in the form of “levels,” with each one more intimidating than the last. “The Game” features a very prominent ping pong effect that href="http://dancingastronaut.com/tag/armin-van-buuren">Armin van Buuren would be proud of, as well as a buzzing bass which turns into a snarling monstrosity in the final stages of this raw and powerful track. The percussion work, as with every Jauz track, is flawless as is the euphoric bridge. “The Game” is a well made track, sure to set fire to dance floors across the globe.
Stream the track below:
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