The dynamic trio of Adaptiv have been in a continuous rise to prominence ever since its formation. Consisting of members Oliver Artmann, Philipp Polley, and Christian Klinckwort, Adaptiv have successfully gained the support of not only fans from across the globe, but also from some of the industry’s biggest names such as Robin Schulz and Deniz Koyu.
Most notably, the three German talents have caught people’s attention with their incredible bootlegs such as their take on Charli XCX’s “Break The Rules” and Calvin Harris’s “Feel So Close”. Adaptiv have also received praise for their original productions from “Free Your Mind” to their recent summer tune with BJRN called “Say It Gone”.
For their latest track, the Hamburg-natives have collaborated with fellow German producer Andrew Belize. Titled “Chinatown”, this brand new release features the signature future house sound Adaptiv have become notorious for as well as some of Andrew Belize’s own musical elements.
The track begins with a series of vocal chops meshed with a short melodic progression. The energy soon amps up with the heavy surge of synths. “Chinatown” then switches gears and ups the ante with the massive drop that perfectly blends the styles of electro house and future house. Overall, with its heart-pumping basslines and invigorating sounds, this single fits any festival environment and displays what magic Adaptiv and Andrew Belize are capable of producing.
“Chinatown” is out now and you can download the track here.