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Teffler Releases The Sequel To His 2018 Future House Banger, “The Spectre”

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After his 2018 future house banger – The Spectre, LA-based producer Teffler is back with an exciting sequel – “The Spectre 2.0”.

The producer seems to have infused all his energies into the track, as it certainly seems like a hot summer favourite.


With a dynamism that’s infectious, the track begins with some beautiful synth lines before moving into the hard-hitting beats. The blending in of tech house and big room is absolutely unique and the producer has done it with impeccable perfection. This one’s surely going to rock all the clubs this summer!

Working with Afrojack’s Wall Recordings, Teffler has grown steadily and quite quickly. With more than 7 million hits on all music platforms, his music has also featured on popular editorial playlists on Spotify. His 2017 single “Never Let Me Go”, took his name worldwide as he scaled up Spotify’s Viral Top 50 songs chart.

It looks like he’s going to take the dance music scene by storm with his unique skills while “The Spectre 2.0” goes on to become a strong force this summer! What do you think of this track?

Let us know below.

Pavan Kumar

Content Writer | House Music News & Editorials at T.H.E - Music Essentials
I'm someone who constantly works at experiencing life better and enhancing my perception. Not allowing myself to be ruled by social norms, my way of living is an expression of my joy rather than the pursuit of happiness. Venturing into volunteering activities full time, I take time to write about things dear to me - which includes dance music! My passion for dance music started at the age of 15 which propelled me to host parties and promote dance music events! Today, I love seeing how the genre has evolved and wish to befriend more people to the genre!
Pavan Kumar

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