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Seth Hills returns on Martin Garrix STMPD with ‘Whisper’

Seth Hills ‘Whisper’ is the brand new STMPD release and the second one by the Dutchman on Martin Garrix’ imprint after ‘X’s’.

Seth Hills Whisper STMPDIt’s difficult to not recognize Seth Hills‘ signature sound; huge and bubbling bassline, monumental percussions, hypnotic vocal l, op and a crazy ryhtyhm are the key elements of Seth Hills’ tune. This is the case of ‘Whisper’, the brand new Martin Garrix’ imprint STMPD release.

The punchiest of snare/claps slap you hard across the face as rumbling bass rises over chunky kicks and looping distorted synth sounds. The ravey breakdown lays on incessant diva vocal cuts, nasty hoover drops and brooding low end that combine with the grime-style vocal and warped synth sounds to intense effect. The drop unleashes a powerful yet restrained groove with a little techno feel and a pinch of tribal bass bounce, creating a sinister yet irresistible rhythm. The main break brings breathy female vocals that inject a trippy feel into the proceedings and heavily-reverbered, spooky glassy melody. Approach this one with caution: it’s got a serious sting in its tale!


With releases on Hardwell’s imprint Revealed and an official remix for the boss Martin Garrix himself, Seth Hills has imposed his sounds on the highest level of the dance industry. His track ‘Fire’ together with Magnificence is part of a three-track EP on the legendary Axwell’s label Axtone; it was named one of the most played track last year by 1001tracklists.

‘Whisper’ is currently out on Martin Garrix’ STMPD Record; the label never stops to support talents bringing them to the forefront of the industry. With an even more wider array of artists and music genres signed on the label, STMPD is imposing itself as one of the greatest dance music labels in the industry. They’ll host an entire stage at Ultra Miami this year showcasing the best artists of the STMPD’ roaster.

Seth Hills’ ‘Whisper’ is currently out!

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