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Sikdope – My House


The success of a track within the electronic community is not always determined on its ability to sell or be streamed, but more so on the amount of times the track is played by other DJ’s. Sikdope saw one of his previous tracks ‘Snakes‘ fulfilling that criteria as one of the highest played tracks of 2016 when it was released, dropping in at #31 on 1001 Tracklist’s Most Played Tracks. After scooping up the title of 3rd best selling track for 2017 via Beatstats – on which Snakes still holds a top 10 position – Sikdope is back with his next festival phenomenon. ‘My House‘ has received early support from the likes of W&W, Olly James, and even Tiesto who dropped it in his Ultra Main Stage set in March. However, now it has been officially released, it’s sure to see a number of DJ’s dropping the bass-house banger in their sets.

Released as a free download by the Polish producer, ‘My House‘ establishes a signature bass house sound from the intro, with the hard hitting beat giving an indication of what is to follow. Post-intro, a simple yet effective plucked synth melody provides momentum to the track, rising in intensity and grittiness. The build-up see’s the introduction of the ‘This is my house’ vocal that provides the track title, along with a riser and some snares that, coupled with a loop on the vocal, creates a drive towards the drop. Hitting with power and presence, the drop comes in heavy, and provides the latest installation to Sikdope’s ever growing collection of high-octane bass house tracks.

Confirming recently on Twitter that more new music is on the way soon, fans can be excited to see what is to come from the bass house producer. Topping his genre’s ranks for consistency and quality, aside the likes of Jauz and Joyryde, Sikdope has imprinted his signature sound deep within the minds of numerous fans and producers, who are always anticipating incredible new music, which they have certainly got here.

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Lewis is a 21 year old UK-based writer and editor, bringing interviews with Carl Cox, CamelPhat, and more to We Rave You in his 2+ years with the team. His musical preferences cover most genres, with a deeper love for progressive and trance.

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