FreeFall has teamed up with Purple Velvet Curtains on his latest track “Jungle” that will have your booty shaking and feet moving in no time at all!

Rising house music artist FreeFall has been quickly making a name for himself in the scene with releases on labels like Box Of Cats, Dim Mak, and Cats & Boots Records. Originally a guitar player who was firmly planted in the realm of rock, he took his early influences and insight on a path that led him to find a haven in house music.

This year, FreeFall has been pumping out dynamic bass house beats for the world to take in and shuffle away to including the two-track Play EP and “I Can Feel U”. Now, he’s headed to Insomniac Records’ house imprint IN / ROTATION for another helping of his infectious style with “Jungle” that is set to be featured on the label’s first-ever compilation, Rotate Vol. 1 that’s officially due out on October 1.

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The compilation will be bringing house and tech lovers to a state of bliss with a flurry of tracks from some budding talent including FreeFall’s “Jungle”. Teaming up with Brighton-based artist Purple Velvet Curtains on the release, the two have created a track that is simply infectious. On the track they blend distorted sounds, tribal beats, and catchy vocals to make for a song you’ll definitely have on repeat over and over again.

Take an exclusive listen to “Jungle” ahead of the full compilation that drops tomorrow, pre-save Rotate Vol. 1 on your favorite platform, and let us know what you think of this track from FreeFall and Purple Velvet Curtains in the comments!

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