A little over a week ago, we all got a taste of the original from Adventure Club featuring Krewella and the trio from Chicago has already remixed their own song. The remix features some more filth compared to the original, more melodic track. Nevertheless, the remix is exactly what we expected from these three. Turn it up and enjoy!
In the aftermath of “Rise & Fall” I completely forgot to post the original and give it, its just do. Keep your eyes and ears wide open for all the huge breaks, build ups and crashes from Adventure Club and Krewella. What else could you expect from these two groups, I can’t wait to see them live during SAMF. If you missed the excellent remix Stars Above did to “Rise & Fall” do yourself a favor and sample that genius.
Adventure Club and Krewella join forces once again on a new track – “Rise & Fall.” The track has a slower beginning then I expeced but picks up towards the 2-minute marker and begins sounding like a proper hybrid of the two dubstep-influenced groups. “Rise & Fall” has an obvious influence of Adventure Club’s signature melodic bass sound but is injected with the Krewella deep bass we’ve all come to love. Turn your shit up for this one!
As a bonus, if you haven’t already heard “Wait” by Adventure Club, we’ve posted the stream below “Rise & Fall.” Posted on their SoundCloud page two days ago, the Canadian duo have already racked in 100,000+ listens. These two groups to mature as artists and their latest work is a prime example. We can’t wait to see where both groups are in a year!
Adventure’s Clubs’ “Do I See Color” has been a huge hit for the duo coming out of Canada and at the end of last week, the track finally got what it has earned, a remix done by Big Gigantic. Their remix of “Do I See Color” takes the track from a melodic-bass driven track to the upbeat Big G sound we’ve all come to love. Take a listen below and then head over to SoundCloud for the free download.
Last Friday night the Canadian-based duo Adventure Club made their way to Chicago for what I believe is their first show in the Windy City. They were joined by openers DJ Solo and M Machine but apparently there was a little snafu with the M. We previously M Machine open up for Paper Diamond a month or two ago and it was a duo, however, at The Mid we were given only one member of the Machine. After we asked why one of them was missing the had this to say: “technically there were TWO missing…” – There you have it folks.
Regardless, The Mid was packed with a crowd that I would say isn’t the norm and the IMF crew was enjoying every second of it. Everywhere you turned someone was rocking a spirit hood, dreaded guys were enjoying the fine taste of PBR and everyone was enjoying the amazing dub courtesy of Adventure Club. I would love to see more crowds and nights like this at The Mid personally, and I’m sure we will. Adventure Club is slowly starting to take over the EDM scene and mark my words, they will be big players before you know it. Enough rambling, check out the photo-goodness after the jump. Shouts to React Presents!