Draper is well known for his ability to produce pretty much every EDM subgenre and hit it out of the park – he’s made great Drum and Bass, Dubstep, Electro House, Trap and Future Bass songs before, but isn’t done with that. His latest release, Inertia, is Glitch Hop, and yet again he’s killed it. The main synths are light and lean towards Future Bass, but the beat carries a groove that you just have to dance to and the lead synths are bliss to your ears. The song’s name is also quite accurate in that it will take a strong external force to stop you from listening to it – and you won’t regret listening to it.
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