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  • Galo Drops Electrifying Tech House Single, “Lift Me Up” via Hood Politics


    The young and talented Galo has been making waves in the tech house scene with notable releases on Night Service Only, Hood Politics, Space Yacht, Uprise, and Do Not Duplicate. He’s also seen support from the likes of John Summit, Lee Foss, CID, Dr. Fresch, Gordo, David Guetta, Franky Rizardo, Liquid Todd and many others. 

    His music speaks for itself and his latest single, “Lift Me Up“, shows this exciting artist returning to the premiere underground imprint, Hood Politics. It’s a sizzling peak time heater, led by a soulful vocal sample whilst electrifying synth stabs and a thumping groove. It’s impossible to not feel the energy here, and this is a tune sure to make waves next week at MMW during his upcoming set at the Hood Politics showcase.

    “Everyone who knows me knows I love a good diva vocal. This was one of those situations where I heard the sample and knew exactly what I wanted to write. The bass line is moving, the drums are grooving, the keys add some character, and the vocal takes it to the next level.” – Galo

    Check out “Lift Me Up” below!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Galo Drops Electrifying Tech House Single, “Lift Me Up” via Hood Politics

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