Premiere | lovetechnique – “Right Here”

Here at Blisspop, we are always excited to showcase the local electronic talent that the DC music scene has to offer. Back in May, we premiered “Will Love” the debut single from lovetechnique, a duo consisting of DC resident Kevin Bayly (Furniteur) and Portland-based former DC resident Evan Grice (Pleasure Curses). Now they are back with a new track from their upcoming self-titled EP that we are proud to debut on the blog today, “Right Here”.

This track makes no secret of the importance of bass in house music — this is one addictive bassline. The production style showcases this by making the bassline the prominent element of the track, yet no other element is sacrificed. The claps throughout are a wonderful nod to the classic Chicago house sound and the synced contrasting low and high pitch vocal samples are a nice touch and put a creative spin on the downpitched vocal trend. Soft arpeggiated synths are sprinkled in parts and create somewhat of a trance-like atmosphere. Throughout “Right Here,” Bayly and Grice are striving to create a contemporary house sound yet they show that they are both well-educated in the history of house music.

“Right Here” is out today via a split release with Bayly’s own Prince George Records and Babe City Records, while the self-titled EP that the track features on drops on September 14. Stream below: