SQWAD

French Bass House Duo SQWAD has delivered the “Big Ting Vibe” that we’ve been searching for to keep things warm this winter.


If you’re on the hunt for some quality bass house sounds to fill your speakers then there’s no doubt that dynamic French duo SQWAD should be on your radar. Making some waves in the scene with their remixes of tunes like Zeds Dead and JAUZ’s “Lights Go Down” and originals including “Calibrator” with Bellecour and “St Tropez” with Tony Romera, its clear that these two are up to something special in the studio.

Now, after a massive year that saw SQWAD release beats on some of the top labels in the scene as well as taking the stage at festivals like Lollapalooza Paris, they have one more gift before 2020 hits. Today, they’ve delivered a fresh banger on DJ Snake’s Premiere Classe imprint dubbed “Big Ting Vibe” that’s a surefire track to get anyone moving and grooving.

Featuring a bassline that hits hard and carries listeners along for quite the ride, their debut on Premiere Classe also features some heavy vocals that get their own twists and turns along the way as well. SQWAD really hit all the right spots with “Big Ting Vibe” and the track acts as a perfect bookend to their already massive year.

Take a listen to the tune below, stream or purchase “Big Ting Vibe” on your favorite platform, and let us know what your thoughts are in the comments!

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“Big Ting Vibe is probably one of our favorite tracks since we began the SQWAD Project. It really sums up what we are into right now : a groovy dark bass, a weird lead synth and detuned vocals that all combined create that dirty vibe.
We are really thankful to DJ Snake and his team for believing in us and releasing this track on Snake’s label Première Classe Records which, we hope, will mark a major milestone for SQWAD.”

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