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Elation – Bass Physics [Out Now]

Bass Physics Drops A Fresh Summer Anthem

Here with another awe inspiring release, Bass Physics has returned to blow our minds again. His newest track, Elation, is a complex yet light summer time anthem with future funk vibes. With a future funk feel and a funky hip hop beat to match, this song makes you want to move and takes you to a place of joy.

“I wanted to capture the summertime vibes with a fresh style on the song ‘Elation’. I was jamming my guitar over some piano chords and thought it would make a great track. Elation embodies the sense of rapture that I get when I perform my music. When I play live, the feeling I get is bliss in its purest form… there is no greater feeling to me.”.

 

Elation opens with an airy acoustic guitar melody that draws you in and grabs your attention. Thereafter it quickly progresses and adds light overtones of the electric guitar and a smooth hip hop beat to the mix. At this point, Bass Physics’ abilities as a producer and musician really begin to shine. As the acoustic guitars melody begins to fade in the background and fuse with the electric guitar, the melody builds and then evolves into a brilliant drop/guitar solo with a bass heavy beat that compels you to dance.

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Coming from Denver Colorado, Arja Adair aka Bass Physics is making waves in the electronic music scene with his beautifully unique style. His amazing live performances have been carried out at some of the biggest festivals in the world like Electric Forest, and Euphoria and can be seen through out the summer during his nationwide tour. In December Bass Physics will have the pleasure to take the stage alongside pretty lights during his Island Of Lights destination festival in Puerto Rico. With his absolutely captivating live instrumental show and multiple sold out stops on his first nationwide tour, this is one artist you’ll want to be sure to catch before the summer is up. Follow Bass Physics and check out all of his other amazing music through the social links below.

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