Dutch Duo, Dubvision, has been a brand synonymous with dance music for a long time, having risen to the apex league pretty swiftly and dominated dance floors and mainstages alike for years now.
Having a discography that has been supported by the biggest names in the dance music industry over the years, the duo has garnered an emphatic amount of support and respect from fans and listeners for their unique brand of progressive house music.
Having had a rather busy 2020, with a string of positive releases, including some enormous tunes being our highlights of the year, Dubvision has taken to 2021 with similar zeal, releasing the enthralling ‘Deeper’ and ‘I Wanna Be There’ among others.
Their latest release ‘Bad Blood’ featuring Deep Vice, on Martin Garrix’s famed STMPD Records imprint, is just another testament to the duo’s consistency and penchant for beautiful and rhythmically sonic productions.
‘Bad Blood’ plays to the contemporary brand of progressive house music, with the unique down-pitched vocal performance coupled with melancholic yet uplifting chords. The tune leads to the iconic plucky bassline coupled with a strong brass infused drop, with euphoric chords, pitched-up vocal twists and the signature arpeggiated lead sounds that the duo is famous for.
Having slightly deviated from the prior brand of their mainstage friendly progressive house, the duo’s production prowess keeps evolving and soaring to greater heights and they definitely do not seem to be stopping anytime soon!
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