Vulture Theory, HAWD HITTA, and NoBueno invite you to experience the sounds of “Synthetic Sands” ahead of its official release!
What would happen if you took Vulture Theory, an LA-based underground house artist who finds sheer joy in the experimental side of life, and put him in the studio with HAWD HITTA, an artist inspired by big beats? Let’s take it one step further and throw NoBueno into the fray, a multi-talented artist who loves mixing and mingling electronic and hip-hop flavors. What you get is “Synthetic Sands,” a sizzling hot mainstage banger set to dominate the summer season!
Officially out on Friday, June 16 via SEARCHPRTY RECORDS, “Synthetic Sands” flows out of the gate with a dominating attitude. It features big synths, compact yet exceptionally effective vocal details, and a sizzling bassline, and to keep listeners on their toes, the sneaky boys switch the rhythm up halfway in. It’s at this moment that they move away from the original synth and, instead, opt for a rattling tone, thus tying up the tune with a body shake from head to toe.
When we asked Vulture Theory about his thoughts on the track, he candidly stated that “This release is something special, it took a lot of careful planning and a lot of work to get to this point, and I don’t think I’ve felt better about a release to date.” He even threw a grateful nod to other collaborators on the project – “Andrew Lux did a fantastic job with the mix down and Jesse Skeens with the mastering. I can’t wait to get on stage Saturday night at Academy LA and perform this song live with HAWD HITTA.”
Pre-save “Synthetic Sands” on Spotify, get an exclusive listen to the track ahead of its release on SoundCloud, and grab tickets to catch Vulture Theory and HAWD HITTA at Academy LA. As always, let us know what you think of the beats on Twitter!