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After releasing his debut EP on [re]sources and several singles on labels like Casual Gabberz and Club Late Music, French electronic producer Lil Crack has been notorious because of his approach on club music with solid productions that oftenly explores the melodic possibilities of Grime and bass-oriented genres with hardcore beats and aggressive sequences.

For Steel Intermission, a track inspired by the French hardtek rave movement, Lil Crack delivers a metallic and hypnotic riddim that works fantastic for both hybrid club and rave oriented dancefloors. This mechanical anthem it’s an energetic composition. The tension generated by the hard kicks and the factory sounds creates a metallic environment which could be a pretty nice image for a rave scene of the future.

Lil Crack ‘Steel Intermission’ will be released digitally on August 28th.

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