Oliver Heldens takes HI-LO alias for a spin on Mike Cervello-assisted single, 'Impulse' – Dancing Astronaut

Oliver Heldens isn’t one to remain quiet lengthy, with a slew of recent future home gems already touchdown having landed in 2018. Among high-profile remixes for names like David Guetta and Calvin Harris, the producer tagged Dada Life for a deliciously crunchy collab as his HI-LO alias. The observe was among the many most experimental and unpredictable from the home music don in years, and it appears like his alter-alias out to play once more on a brand new joint effort with Mike Cervello titled “Impulse.”

Arriving on his personal HELDEEP imprint, the track is immediately and noticeable and techno than Helden’s traditional taste, a mark of his HI-LO undertaking. The spine of the report is a fizzing, ascending bass line that provides infectious motion to the relentless four-to-the-floor drums. The breakdown is a playfully chaotic mixture of detuned synth blips and crackly vocal samples that offers technique to one final turbo-charged beat part. Heldens joins Guetta in his impressed return to previous underground roots, with Guetta having unveiled his a lot buzzed about Jack Back moniker this 12 months as nicely. HI-LO is a markedly messier and grittier sonic area for Heldens, and the vary on show is bound hold followers on their toes.