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  • Diskull Returns With High-Energy, G-House Single “Gimme the Loot”


    Based in Charlotte, NC, Disckull is steadily cementing himself as an exciting name to watch with his high-energy sounds and unique style, and the industry is starting to notice. Since the talented producer kicked off his career back in 2017 with “Like That,” he has been able to sign his tunes to industry-leading labels such as Dirtybird, Box of Cats, Country Club Disco and Do Not Duplicate. In early 2021 Diskull achieved massive acclaim with his “Bodies Rushing” remix on his own label, Groovy Bone, which peaked at #30 on the Beatport Tech House Hype Chart and garnered massive tastemaker support.

    Diskull has been making sure to stay active and consistent in 2022, with a handful of singles already dropped, as well as a recent, two-track EP in the form of ‘Paddywack.’ Now, he has returned with his latest release, curating incredible G-house grooves on “Gimme the Loot.” Starting off with minimal percussion and an infectious hip-hop sample, “Gimme the Loot” nicely puts Diskull’s forward-thinking production skills on display with its hard-hitting basslines and unmatched energy, making for a house anthem of massive proportions.

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Diskull Returns With High-Energy, G-House Single “Gimme the Loot”

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