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  • StéLouse Returns to His Roots with Future Bass Single, ‘Long Way Down’


    StéLouse has always been a go-to figurehead when it comes to the electronic scene and future bass production. His latest release on Dim Mak is no exception with a dark mysterious drum and bass inspired build up before climaxing into the melodic and inspiring future bass sound that he built his original project on. 

    As one of the founding members of the future bass golden era of SoundCloud of 2014 remixing popular artists such as ODESZA, Doja Cat and more. StayLoose followed up with his debut EP later that year and founded the production collective, Hebinomichi.

    StayLoose later went on to work with platinum hit maker, Ryan Tedder off the strength of his productions and sample packs as well as crafting official remixes and collabs with artists ILLENIUM, Said The Sky and Louis The Child. His single “Sociopath” with singer Bryce Fox, has garnered over 180M streams across platforms to date. Throughout proving his class when it comes to sound design and production we are excited to share this latest powerful and inspiring future bass anthem from StéLouse, fit for festivals to workouts. It’s a smash.


    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: StéLouse Returns to His Roots with Future Bass Single, ‘Long Way Down’

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