Slander and Bret James Bring Things In “Slow Motion”
- Pia Talwar
Slander has been making waves in the music scene ever since they debuted their remix of Showtek’s “We Like to Party” in 2014. After dropping original productions such as “Welcome To The Fire” with Sullivan King, “I Can’t Escape” with SAYMYNAME, and “Happy Now,” they’ve caught the attention of many bass music lovers across the globe. The duo’s ability to produce both bass-heavy bangers and emotional stirring melodies distinguishes them as talented, multifaceted producers, alongside their charismatic stage presence.
Now, the popular bass duo partner up with Bret James on the feel-good track called “Slow Motion.” Going deeper into Slander’s original melodic style and expertly demonstrating the duo’s ability to continuously evolve their sound, Slander ventures out of their signature, bass sound to give listeners and their fans a unique, euphonious release that’s perfectly described by its title. With layers of rolling, molten baselines and ethereal vocals, the track transports listeners into an entirely new world while Slander expertly dissipates the pressures of daily life with velvety melodies and lyrics that are sensual, wistful and blissful all at once.
This is a track that people don’t expect from Slander, which makes this piece even more interesting. Slander and Bret James, who co-produced the track, recently played “Slow Motion during their set at EDC Las Vegas on the kineticFIELD stage and there’s no doubt that the duo will be making appearances with further live sets later this summer.
“Slow Motion” is out now via Monstercat so lock yours in here.