On July 31st href="http://www.dancingastronaut.com/tag/ghastly/">Ghastly tweeted fans a thank you for their patience while he “experimented” with different genres and styles. He also mentioned that he would be dropping some of his good old bass house in the upcoming weeks.
Finally, that day is here, as the ghoulish producer has dropped his latest “Geisha.” The track is everything fans could have wanted and, dare we say, even more? The bass punches through Ghastly’s collection of synths and sounds to create a track that is near impossible not to dance to. The groovy tune merges drums and bass with an upbeat BPM, something Ghastly is uniquely known for. While his “experimentation,” includes his recent release with href="http://dancingastronaut.com/tag/matthew-koma/" >Matthew Koma, “ href="http://www.dancingastronaut.com/2017/05/ghastly-matthew-koma-team-might-fall/" >We Might Fall” has been far from sell-out pop, we are certainly glad to have his good old drum and bass creations back.
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