Brazilian artist Vintage Culture makes another appearance on Spinnin’ Records with “Bros,” a unique piece of moody house music.
Vintage Culture is an instantly recognizable name in South America and beyond. As one of the most popular DJs from Brazil, his style of house music fuses together everything from deep house to big room to nu-disco. “Bros” is his latest track and it proves that he’s producing some of his best work yet.
His start in the industry came in the early 2010s when he first began showcasing the unforgettable “Brazilian Bass” sound of house music alongside other South American producers. After several decorated years in the music industry, Vintage Culture’s career continues to blossom. His music now combines influences from a wide selection of genres and his success has led to a strong relationship with Spinnin’ Records and consistent appearances on the DJ Mag Top 100 DJs list.
“Bros” starts with a rap sample over a powerful bassline before the drop hits with a deep house kick & snare alongside a minimal bass house sound. After another hip-hop based vocal sample, the second drop comes in with a driving snare drum and vocal chops. The rhythmic club track has already gained the support of some of the biggest DJs in the scene, and it is sure to make its way to stages all around the world this summer as Vintage Culture will be playing at Tomorrowland and more!
Take an exclusive listen to Vintage Culture’s new Spinnin’ Records track “Bros” ahead of its release and let us know your thoughts on the tune in the comment section below!
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“‘Bros’ is the creation of late nights in the studio experimenting with sounds and chasing musical inspiration. My goal was to create a track that would make us dance, even as the sun was rising.”