Continuing their 2017 success with several releases on Monstercat, bass-focused duo KUURO have something fresh to offer their growing legion of fans. Giving their made-for-dancefloor style a heavier feel, KUURO released Doji earlier this week via the Vancouver-based label.
Making their Monstercat debut in October of 2016, the duo made up of Jordin Post and Luke Shipstad haven’t looked back. Their seventh release on the label, Doji showcases the duo’s versatile bass-sound in an entirely new fashion.
The Monstercat regulars have proven their ability to create tunes that beg bodies to move. Doji is no different. Yet, KUURO triumphantly reaches that standard in a way we’ve yet to enjoy from the duo. Featuring a slightly slower tempo than previous tracks, Doji utilizes a swinging rhythm to rock the listener into a comfortably bass-heavy beat.
“Doji is a chill banger, but it’s tunes like this that can evoke a ton of emotion; the unusual swing we built the track around makes you wanna vibe back and forth,” said Jordin Post.
Doji follows Swarm as the latest high-quality release from the duo, who have been one of the breakout bass music acts of the year. If their past is any indicator, KUURO is just beginning. Their debut original tune, Aamon, made the “Spotify Viral 50” in several countries. That initial success led to official remixes for artists like of NGHTMRE, Zedd, and more.
KUURO has been releasing tunes throughout 2017 on Monstercat, but we’re already looking forward to what they have in store, both in and out of the studio, for 2018. Let us know what you think of the latest tune from KUURO! Comment below, on Facebook, or reply on Twitter!