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Vexxe – Pulse 5 (Hartta Remix) (Circular Jaw)

Today we premiere the big and heavy 2-step inspired Hartta remix of Vexxe – Pulse 5, forthcoming on Werdna’s exciting Circular Jaw label

Next up on Circular Jaw, the exciting label run by Werdna, comes the highly anticipated Pulse 5 by Ohio-based producer Vexxe along with remixes from Meta, Spektralsound and Hartta.

The whole EP perfectly fits in with the Circular Jaw aesthetic; innovative, genre-bending and bass-heavy.

The original has garnered much hype online over the past 2 years but today we premiere for you the Hartta remix which sits on the figurative B2, the Bristol-based artist takes the original UK Techno roller and flips it into a more bass heavy, 2-step inspired number whilst still retaining original’s beautifully broken nature.

All proceeds from the release will be split between Music Loves Ohio and Knowle West Media. Music Loves Ohio is a nonprofit providing opportunities for financially underserved youth in central Ohio to pursue their passion for music by providing education sessions, after school programs, and instruments. The Knowle West Media Centre works collaboratively in the heart of South Bristol to develop creative models for achieving social change while supporting people to develop the skills and confidence to be change-makers themselves.

Vexxe – Pulse 5 + remixes is out on 18th September so keeps your eyes peeled on the Circular Jaw Bandcamp.


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