Brennan Heart – Hard Bass Junkie (Digital Punk Remix)

Hello to the darkest corners of the internet! I’ve been super busy with some commitments in real life, so I’m struggling to find more time and inspiration to write more frequently. I’m basically taking full advantage of my urge to express my feelings about Digital Punk’s release right now, before I collapse on my cosy bed.

There was a time when I really liked Digital Punk’s style, particularly back when he was still releasing tracks through Tillt. However, after ‘Bringing The Funk’, I felt as though he delivered less than what I had been expecting. During the last time I saw him live at Sydney’s Bass Control, Digital Punk relied on playing several G4H tracks in a row, which was kind of disappointing. Don’t get me wrong. I don’t hate G4H or raw Hardstyle, but playing tracks from the same artist too many times in a row isn’t exactly the most creative way to play a set.

Anyway, let’s leave the past in the past. At this moment in time, I declare a change of heart. My doubts about Digital Punk were cleared after I heard his remix of Brennan Heart’s Hard Bass Junkie. For those of you who haven’t heard the original piece, play the clip below and you’ll hear the squeaky cheekiness combined with a catchy melody. It’s certainly one of the most addictive Hardstyle tracks that brings out the feelings within every Hardstyle fan.

In the remix, Digital Punk’s kicks are deep yet crisp and impactful, which makes things devilishly satisfying. This remix of Brennan Heart’s ‘Hard Bass Junkie’ cuts to the chase. Every kick acts like a blade that stabs straight into the toughest core. Nothing like Digital Punk’s collaboration with Hard Driver in ‘Crash ‘n Burn’, which seems to take too much time in building up to a chorus that doesn’t really hit the spot. I was also reminded of similar techniques that were used in my favourite track titled ‘We Still Don’t Give A F*ck‘, especially when I heard the compressed breakdown cause the vocals to sound like it was combined with a whispered version.

Digital Punk’s kicks are, without a doubt, among one of my favourite Hardstyle sounds right now. I’m looking forward to hearing what Digital Punk will come up with next and I’m going to pay close attention to his next original mix.

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