Miami has always been a hotbed of dance music talent and with the release of their latest collab, Black V Neck and Ayarez are carrying the torch on for a new generation of house music fans. Out on the fast-rising Audiophile XXL imprint, the two Miami natives form a solid foundation for this tune with a classic sounding bassline and barrage of funked up vocal chops. But the real heat of this tune is the call and response of the synths that sound like dueling robot horns that have been twisted and bent by their alien overlords.
It's the melding of the classic roots of dance melded with compelling (albeit demented) sound design that has taken the stable of Audiophile artists into the elite realm of modern house music. Over the last three years the label has become a proving ground for future stars, and Black V Neck and Ayarez are well on their way to joining the likes of Bijou, Callie Reiff, Convex, 219 Boys, Dillon Nathaniel and Dateless all who have gone on to release music with the major players of dance.