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Building on the release of arguably one of the tracks of 2022 with his remix of Tiga's iconic 'Mind Dimension 2', UK hotshot and Planet X boss Ben Sterling has made 2023 another year of raising the levels, with his debut on Solomon's Diynamic becoming an instant summer anthem in the midst of his busiest summer to date. Adding yet another huge label debut to the mix, he continues to showcase his range across house music as Damian Lazarus invites him to Crosstown Rebels for the first time, partnering with singer/songwriter Caitlyn Scarlett for 'Don't Truss' on the revered imprint.A rolling and crisp production with Scarlett's alluring and hooky vocals at it's core, it's easy to see why 'Don't Truss' has become a stand-out track from Sterling's own sets across the globe over the past 12 months. Fusing tightly programmed percussion, warped murmurs, and a slinking, snaking groove, it's a track crafted for the dancefloor, moving crowds unison and leaving a lasting impact. On the flip, 'Bring Me To The Surface' is a groove-led and bubbling cut that keeps the energy levels with skittering drums, acid-dipped basslines, resonant synths and yet more vibrant vocals.Tracklisting:A. Don't Truss (feat. Caitlyn Scarlett) B. Bring Me To The Surface
Building on the release of arguably one of the tracks of 2022 with his remix of Tiga's iconic 'Mind Dimension 2', UK hotshot and Planet X boss Ben Sterling has made 2023 another year of raising the levels, with his debut on Solomon's Diynamic becoming an instant summer anthem in the midst of his busiest summer to date. Adding yet another huge label debut to the mix, he continues to showcase his range across house music as Damian Lazarus invites him to Crosstown Rebels for the first time, partnering with singer/songwriter Caitlyn Scarlett for 'Don't Truss' on the revered imprint.A rolling and crisp production with Scarlett's alluring and hooky vocals at it's core, it's easy to see why 'Don't Truss' has become a stand-out track from Sterling's own sets across the globe over the past 12 months. Fusing tightly programmed percussion, warped murmurs, and a slinking, snaking groove, it's a track crafted for the dancefloor, moving crowds unison and leaving a lasting impact. On the flip, 'Bring Me To The Surface' is a groove-led and bubbling cut that keeps the energy levels with skittering drums, acid-dipped basslines, resonant synths and yet more vibrant vocals.Tracklisting:A. Don't Truss (feat. Caitlyn Scarlett) B. Bring Me To The Surface
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Don't Truss
Artist: Ben Sterling
Format: Vinyl
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Building on the release of arguably one of the tracks of 2022 with his remix of Tiga's iconic 'Mind Dimension 2', UK hotshot and Planet X boss Ben Sterling has made 2023 another year of raising the levels, with his debut on Solomon's Diynamic becoming an instant summer anthem in the midst of his busiest summer to date. Adding yet another huge label debut to the mix, he continues to showcase his range across house music as Damian Lazarus invites him to Crosstown Rebels for the first time, partnering with singer/songwriter Caitlyn Scarlett for 'Don't Truss' on the revered imprint.A rolling and crisp production with Scarlett's alluring and hooky vocals at it's core, it's easy to see why 'Don't Truss' has become a stand-out track from Sterling's own sets across the globe over the past 12 months. Fusing tightly programmed percussion, warped murmurs, and a slinking, snaking groove, it's a track crafted for the dancefloor, moving crowds unison and leaving a lasting impact. On the flip, 'Bring Me To The Surface' is a groove-led and bubbling cut that keeps the energy levels with skittering drums, acid-dipped basslines, resonant synths and yet more vibrant vocals.Tracklisting:A. Don't Truss (feat. Caitlyn Scarlett) B. Bring Me To The Surface
        
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