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Chee Makes Deadbeats Debut with ‘Vultures’

Rising producer Chee makes his eagerly awaited debut to the Deadbeats label with his split-personality single “Vultures.” This track is the lead single for his forthcoming Quarter Inch EP due in April. This is yet another impressive addition to the Deadbeats discography.

I’m pleased to announce the release of my most anticipated single “Vultures.” This song means the world to me, it’s a body of work I‘ve made that blends the world of dance music that people love and experimental energy that resonates with me emotionally. Two worlds that collide that that fits like a puzzle. I hope you guys enjoy it, a journey, a stomper & a mind-bender

Chee

“Vultures” began to make it’s appearance in live performances from artists like Liquid Stranger, G Jones, and Ekali. The track opens with a eerie melodic sequence then joined by increasing static. The ensuing oscillating soundscape is then bombarded with brash bass. Following this, the melodic side of the track returns. It relaxes the listener before the more aggressive personality of the track comes back to finish off this composition. Chee weaves all these aspects into a track that keeps you on your toes.

The South-African producer has exploded onto the bass scene with his experimental sound design. He performed at Electric Forest last year and is currently on the 65-date Subtronics Cyclops tour. He will also be making a performance at EDC Las Vegas and many more to be announced.

Normally We say Listen to Chee – “Vultures” and link below, but this tweet says it best:

Or if you’re boring here is the link

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