Parisian duo Loge21 have once again showcased their love for everything bass related with their new track “Clique”.
Born and raised in the City of Lights in France, Loge21 have slowly been making a name for themselves in the bass house scene. Sporting releases on Tchami’s Confession, Tiesto’s Musical Freedom and Diplo’s all mighty Mad Decent, Loge21 have over 5 million plays to their name on Spotify, and have been named one of Rolling Stones’s “50 Most Important People in EDM”. After a collab with Matroda called “Raise Em Up” back in August, the duo is back, this time on Uprise Music.
Starting off with an industrial and cyberpunk beat, “Clique” lowers its BPM just before the drop, featuring massive synths and a hard hitting beat. The breakdown is a melodic synth infused bridge, with basic percussion to fill in the blanks. The second drop baits the listeners into an even harder hitting drop, thus finishing up the 3 minutes and 26 seconds masterpiece.
Served up with its fair share of bassy goodness, Loge21’s “Clique” will most definitely be a spotlight on many DJs’ live shows. Also, be on the lookout for late 2019, as Loge21 will be dropping a collab with Zeds Dead…