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Simple Technique – Try This (Cyberfunk)

After his debut on Xtrah’s Cyberfunk imprint last year, Simple Techniques is back with the Superfuture EP and we premiere, ‘Try This’

After his debut on Xtrah’s Cyberfunk imprint last year, Simple Technique has been hard at work perfecting his next body of work for the label, the Superfuture EP, due for exclusive release on Beatport on 26th October, followed by general release on 9th November. 

The 8-track release features a wide range of BPM’s; from hard hitting drum & bass dirt such as Steeze to Trap-inspired Feeling Tipsy, making sure there’s something in there for everybody and every mood.

Cyberfunk hit us up to premiere one of the tracks from Superfuture, we chose the infectious, Try This.
Listen to the track below or here on soundcloud

Here’s what Cyberfunk said:

“This EP has been in the works for quite some time, with some parts taking in excess of 3 years! (Yes we know but he’s worth the wait we promise) this is a project we have been working on closely with Freddie and although he has kept us waiting we are happy to be releasing such a diverse and unique EP from an equally diverse and unique beard, sorry… – artist! Excuse me. (You’ll see what I mean…)”
Simple Technique keeping his diverse and unique beard under wraps


Super Future
Try This
Feeling Tipsy
Bad Idea
I Am Doom

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