Posts Tagged ‘Enschway’

September 18, 2017
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“Over you” is probably something I’ll never say to Enschway and this swaggering new jam the Sydney producer just dropped last Friday. Over U is a track that immediately grabs hold of you with its vocal hooks before shoving you into a world so vibrant and electrifying you simply can’t escape its tempestuous, impassioned grasp. Fresh off his Australia tour with RL Grime, DJ and producer Enschway continues proving himself one of the hottest bass music exports out of Australia right now with this creative future bass emulsion. From balmy, island-y euphoria to sleek shuddering, bass heavy exhilaration, Over U’s got you covered. It even features Yeah Boy (Johnny Castro of Parachute Youth). You can snag Over U, here.

February 20, 2017
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Sydney producer Enschway caught our attention last year with his remixing skills on a thrilling edit of Slumberjack’s Open Fire, but it’s a future bass original that snags our hearts this time around in the form of I’ll Wait. Enschway links up with up and coming Los Angeles producer sumthin sumthin on this silky R&B meets sprawling future trap spectacular, while Ezra James delivers on satin chic vocals. I’ll Wait is full of wonder and optimism, a bright and hopeful, glass half full sparkly ode to love. The single is out now on Sweat It Out. Grab I’ll Wait from various outlets, here.

September 22, 2016
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Though Sydney’s Enschway is gracing the pages of IHM for the first time ever, I foresee his presence here plentiful more times in the future. Enschway drives us towards “schwaying” intoxication with a thrilling remix of Slumberjack’s Daniel Johns’ featuring Open Fire. This edit chops vicariously and shimmers voraciously, a hard hitting yet ethereal spellbinding hybridization of lavish future bass and grimy trap. Enschway’s re-work wiil be on an official remix package to come. In the meantime, it’s a free download, here.