Vibe Out with Tuff London Under the “Strobe”

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DJ/Producer duo Tuff London head over to NONSTOP and get those rave juices flowing with their latest single, “Strobe”!


Attention all party animals and dance music enthusiasts! If you want to bust a move to something wildly entertaining or you simply want to learn the science behind the strobe, Tuff London has something new to make both your brain and body pop! Fresh off of their heater “Only You,” featured on This Is Toolroom 2021, the boys are back with their latest single, “Strobe.” But this time, they’re moving on over to Piero Pirupa’s NONSTOP imprint.

Now, you know that Tuff London is going to smash it on this one as they’ve been responsible for causing a ruckus on the dance floor with tunes like “25 Cents,” “So Restless,” the critically acclaimed “Psychodrama,” and “Don’t Give Up” with Mark Knight. On “Strobe”, the London natives present a trippy tutorial drenched in that full-throttle late-night aura we all need in our lives. Luckily for those light-sensitive humans among us, this “Strobe” doesn’t need to come with a warning.

The fun kicks off with a banging bassline that makes a slight change in tone when the lyrics drop in. The brain becomes locked onto the scientific narrative while the hips begin to grind around the arousing sound detail. When the clap hits, close your eyes, and watch as the strobe appears within your mind’s eye. It’s like experiencing your very own rave every time you hit play! But, don’t just take it from me. Enjoy an exclusive listen to the tune ahead of its release on April 9 and feel the pulsating lights take over.

Pre-order or pre-save “Strobe” on your favorite music platform, check out the track below, and let us know what you think in the comment section!

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Maria first fell in love with electronic music in the early 2000's when she heard a little tune called "Satisfaction" by Benny Benassi. Since then she has dived headfirst into the scene and has become wildly passionate about the trance, techno, and tech house genres. Festival's like EDC, Dreamstate, and Dirtybird Campout hold the key to her soul and dance music will always and forever be a major part of her life.

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