Breakout house regulator Curbi makes his Monstercat debut today with the brand new, melodic house record, “Breathe.”
With a steady four-on-the-floor kick backed by distorted vocals and anthemic beats, it’s a high-energy ripper that explains why everyone’s talking about Curbi. Before Covid hit, the producer supported the likes of Steve Aoki and Oliver Heldens on tour, which led to releases on each of their respective labels.
Curbi shares, “Breathe is a sort of summary towards my past experiences of traveling and touring the world. It’s actually a first for me to release something more anthemic/melodic sounding, but I felt it was time to give a “breath of fresh air” to my discography.”
In the past year alone, he linked up with Tchami on their hit track “Make Amends” and AC Slater on their bass house single, “Navigator.” Having played the world’s biggest stages including Tomorrowland, Mysteryland, and Creamfields, Curbi is effortlessly becoming a household name with more club-ready weapons in his arsenal.