Review – Douce Overdose

The Swing Bot Combines And Curates Fresh New Pearls
Of Swing House Music In ‘Douce Overdose’

The Swing Bot uses his fine ear for modern sound selections to compose his latest mix ‘Douce Overdose’ that trademarks his unique style of sound mixing.

The Swing Bot throws out his creative best that looks beyond the dance floor. His burning, sensational, vintage touched immersive new track ‘Douce Overdose’ makes the ambiance mellow and entertaining. He effortlessly works to take on house music that infiltrates the listener’s eardrums moment by moment. The DJ skillfully mixes his sound such that the sonic elements diffuse easily making the sound even groovier. Heavy synth strings, pulsing bass, twilight melodies and a relentless drum kick- all jostle for space on the track without affecting the momentum. ‘Douce Overdose’ has a refreshing culmination of melodic chords that flow in impressive patterns to make the production an instant favorite amongst the crowd.

Coming from his label Electro Swing Thing, the track is more like a party anthem but the infusion of modern sound selections, club beats, and synth brass along with a nostalgic vintage sample makes the sound even more interesting and catchy. The DJ has the right sense and timing for the right dose of retro touch and the feeling for electronic elements that makes the mix perfect for the weekend play.

The Swing Bot is a popular DJ and music producer from France whose style demonstrates his club based musical heritage. He artistically combines the dark, relentless sounds of underground electronic music and also incorporates his own pulsating mélange of French House, Disco and Electro Swing to make the track fully innovative and exciting. Listen to the song on Spotify, Soundcloud, and YouTube and also you can follow the artist on Facebook and Instagram for more information about his upcoming projects!

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Review: OURNEWSNATION Date: 2019-11-06

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