Black Light District – Sweat
19th November 2017 Share

Black Light District – Sweat

Black Light District are here with their brand new track ’Sweat’, incorporating a new wave of Electronic music along the way. Armed with heavy electronic synths, bass and kicks, as well as Indie style vocals, it is safe to say that ‘Sweat’ will raise the roof off any club, delivering vast amounts of huge energy to the dancefloor. The track was created in a mental institution outside of Columbus, Ohio, to bring awareness to the real life possibilities of mental illness, emphasising the experiences one may face during their life.

Black Light District, with members Dr. Sauce and Cash Money, is a slamming Top 40s EDM duo. Incorporating vocal styles and sounds from present day pop, hip-hop and electronic sounds and dating back to the swing of the 1930’s, these two really know how to rock a dance floor and keep the concert-goers on their toes! Black Light District carefully combines low-frequency bass synths with aggressive drums, including the popular 808s.  Previously playing alongside acts including Deadmau5, Tiesto, Skrillex, Tommie Sunshine, and Infected Mushroom, they pack the dance floor with their high energy, bass-driven dance music, animal-head dancers, and exploding confetti bombs. This all-original act consistently leaves its fans craving more music and more party.

Listen on Soundcloud
https://soundcloud.com/black-light-district/sweat

Download Now
http://bit.ly/2kadbys

Official Music Video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSxR9c0PXQY

Black Light District Online
https://www.weareblacklightdistrict.com
https://www.facebook.com/blacklightdistrictmusic
https://twitter.com/BlackLightDST
https://soundcloud.com/black-light-district
https://www.instagram.com/black_light_district

Global Techno Rating
8.5 out of 5

8.5

Excellent
8.5 out of 5

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