PIERCE – Solar Eclipse feat. Snowy
Pierce has been on the rise for the past two years. Starting with some floor-smashing free releases which lead to releases off of some bigger labels, 2018 is already looking up for this young guy from Scottsdale. His latest release comes from Doctor P.’s label Circus, and it features the vocals of Snowy.
‘Solar Eclipse’ is a bass-driven monster with all the low-end rumble you’re craving. This track has all of the energy and momentum of a heavy dubstep track, and Snowy’s vocals over the top give it the swagger of an old school UK grime record. The uptempo rap keeps the energy rolling through the breakdown and verse sections, all leading up to the drop. Pierce’s keen edge on sound design really shines through on during these sections, as the bass sequences whirl and stab over thundering halftime percussions. Check out the track below!
PIERCE – Solar Eclipse feat. Snowy
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