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DRINKURWATER Releases Unique and Hard-Hitting “Movement” EP via WAKAAN – A Must Listen

DRINKURWATER has recently released his latest EP, titled “Movement,” via WAKAAN, and it’s a must-listen for bass music enthusiasts. With this new project, the rising artist continues to push the boundaries of his unique sound, delivering three high-octane tracks that are sure to get your blood pumping. The EP features expertly-crafted production, creative sound design, and powerful basslines that are sure to please fans of heavy electronic music.

One standout track on the EP is “Bendy Riddim Straw,” which has already garnered support from heavy hitters in the industry, including Liquid Stranger, Excision, and Champagne Drip. The track features a unique and infectious melody that is guaranteed to get stuck in your head, combined with a heavy-hitting bassline that will have you moving from start to finish. The other two tracks on the EP, “Sodium” and “Strychnine,” are equally impressive, showcasing DRINKURWATER’s versatility as a producer.

DRINKURWATER himself expressed excitement about the EP and the opportunity to showcase his different musical angles on the WAKAAN platform. “I wanted to showcase my weird and heavy sides with this project,” he said. “Stay hydrated my friends and keep it moving.”

WAKAAN, the label founded by Liquid Stranger, has been a leading force in the bass music scene for years, championing forward-thinking and experimental artists like DRINKURWATER. The Movement EP is the latest addition to their impressive catalog and a testament to their commitment to pushing the boundaries of electronic music.

Fans of DRINKURWATER’s previous work will not be disappointed with this latest release, and newcomers to his sound should definitely give the Movement EP a listen. It’s a masterclass in heavy electronic music that is sure to satisfy even the most discerning bass music fans. Stream it now on Spotify and be prepared to move.

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