David Puentez unleashes the mighty “Badman”

David Puentez is a name followed by a wealth of experience already. With his talents taking him to corners of the globe, his production’s have caught the attention of numerous distinctive names. And his latest track is no different in its effect.

Having been on the circuit for about 5 years now, the Cologne-native has amassed a considerably impressive resume. With remixes of headlining names such as Alesso, Morgan Page and most recently Flo Rida, his creativity spans beyond the borders of original music. With his own work featuring on the likes of Chuckie’s ‘Dirty Dutch Radio’, Nicky Romero’s ‘Protocol Radio’ and Tiesto’s esteemed ‘Clublife’ podcast, he’s no stranger to the global platform’s. And having collaborated with the likes of Marco V and received support from Deniz Koyu, high expectations come with his releases nowadays.

Releasing “Badman” on Bonerizing Records, a label with it’s own reputed following, reflects the quality of David Puentez’ latest mastery. Having had support from the likes of Knife Party, Porter Robinson, Tommy Trash, Martin Garrix, Hardwell, Nicky Romero and Benny Benassi to name a few, the label’s catalogue of tracks is quite something.

With the vocal layer adding the atmosphere’s hype angle early on, the crafted use of tempo manipulation brings a storming drop to fruition. Isolated yet integrated, the big-room vibe infuses the electro house foundation with volume, depth and size. Deep chords charge the mood with significant energy, before the instrumentally-led bridge allows the heart rate to plateau out. However, when the vocal riff implements the drops second serving, inhibitions are lost to the dynamic and physical effect’s.

Undoubtedly one of David Puentez’ finest work’s to date, “Badman” is further proof big-room and electro house popularity are far from over.

Out now exclusively on Beatport, be sure to grab your copy  of “Badman” today!

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