Dimond Saints gain and solidify fans with their newest single, “Slow,” originally by Henry Green, a young house producer from the UK.
For this remix, along with all their tracks, members An-Ten-Nae and Releece fan one another’s flames by finding a balance between their signature quirks and their joint sound while messing around with an unexpected genre for the almost exclusive bass producers.
Personally placing this one under my top favorite Dimond Saints’ tracks, it carries appeal by not distinguishing itself as either a house or bass track; comfortably spanning genres, transitioning from chilled-out california house music to dramatized west coast trap. A 50s era Hawaiian inspired guitar rift makes bouncy 4×4 waves that delicately dance around anthem-like trap adorned with trumpets and a booming bass line.
If you are familiar with both artists solo projects, their individual style is recognizable within the entirety of their releases, as well as their progression and growth as a pair. The two saints consistently exhibit what appears to be an absolutely effortless and extremely fluid collaboration that keeps their listeners wanting more. Each track a treat gifted for free by the saints, it is hard not to fall in love with their heavenly production.
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