How many times does it take to call something future *insert genre of music* until it becomes a thing of the past? When people try and do something that's being called cutting edge and the next big thing, the trend following ends up slowly destroying what was once unique, new, and fun.
You may be thinking, why are you covering a song that fits in the lane of "future garage" then, buddy? Well, at least it isn't a replicated "future bass" regurgitation. Honestly, the reason is mainly it sounds really damn cool. Nothing more, nothing less. The sound design and arrangement behind Kendl's new track "Tide" gives it massive replay value.
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