LUCATI and Franklyn Watts are calling all house heads to Bring It Back to the floor with their debut on Hurry Up Slowly!
LUCATI and Franklyn Watts are no strangers to one another, both being based out of LA’s dance music haven and both releasing separately on popular labels like Dirtybird, This Ain’t Bristol, and Insomniac. Earlier this year, LUCATI even put his own spin on Franklyn Watts‘ “TODO EL FLOW,” but up until now, fans have been scratching their heads wondering when these two would unite. For the very first time, the beloved house figures have joined forces with plans to keep party animals dancing until they drop!
Bring It Back is their official collab, and it’s all you need to set your weekend off right. How, you ask? First and foremost, the title track sends a directional message to “bring it back to the floor.” That’s pretty much all it takes to get the body moving, and the festive percussion, among the caffeinated tempo, works in tandem to increase the energy. This track is incredibly consistent and leaves enough room for the listener to dive into their personal vibe while their feet do all the talking. But while consistency is key, the boys make sure to throw in a red-hot rise that convinces hands to rise as the atmosphere spins sideways!
On “La Candela,” LUCATI forges the path on his own, and what he turns out is a production worthy of an open-air day party set below the sun’s warm kiss. This uplifting tune will make any music seeker want to grab their favorite drink as the Latin vibes work their way into every fiber of the body. Once again, it’s all about delivering crisp percussion, and as the drums fill the air space, it’s time to plan your next escapade to the dancefloor.
Need a little help deciding where to catch these house music gems this summer? A great place to start would be Day Trip: In The Park for some LUCATI action. That party is happening on July 30 at LA Historic Park On The Promenade, and if Franklyn Watts is on your radar, then make sure you catch him at North Coast Music Festival over Labor Day Weekend.