Eli & Fur go melodic-techno ‘High West’ on Armada Electronic Elements

With well-rounded bass chunks, signature synth stabs and a backdrop of breezy vocals and layered loops, High West is where underground meets progressive for bags of dance floor appeal.

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London-based duo Eli & Fur return with a new emotional melodic-techno tune High West via Armada Electronic Elements.

Having debuted on Danny Howard’s imprint Nothing Else Metters with the label owner himself, Eli & Fur also released a three-track super fresh EP on Anjunadeep ending 2019 with Wall To Wall and its 600.000+ plays. Now the duo is back with the debut on Armada Electronic Elements. The label focuses on the more deep, dark, techno and underground side of electronic music preferring minimal beats and cinematic melodies to mainstream themes.

Eli & Fur High West is the perfect blend of deep and soft melodic lines with mystical and hypnotic vocal loop and dark and minimal beats. Kicking off with a super catchy rolling rhythm, very polished and clean, the record rapidly adds more textures and a soothing top vocal loop. With an Arabic-inspired vocal, High West‘s beats wrap around a narcotic and cinematic melodic theme to jump into an elegant kick and a precise baseline.

Eli & Fur issue a new groove-heavy masterpiece for the whole world to dance to. With well-rounded bass chunks, signature synth stabs and a backdrop of breezy vocals and layered loops, High West is where underground meets progressive for bags of dance floor appeal.

Currently, on tour around the world, you can catch Eli & Fur in Miami on the 20th of March for the annual Music Week, playing at Nora En Pure’s Purified Party. The following day they’ll perform at Get Lost Miami party for the 15th Session.

Eli & Fur’s gem High West is currently out on Armada Electronic Elements. Download the tune here or stream the track below.

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