Hailing from the convivial city of Rio de Janeiro, the dominant force that is Felguk, consisting of Felipe Lozinsky and Gustavo Rosenthal, comes out with a brand-new peak-time banger in Bassive. Uncovering a widespread contrast of symphonic and electrifying sounds playing alongside the popular technique of throwing around parts of a vocal to make up a rapturing build-up in the brilliant interlude. Followed by a receding with help from an array of mighty drum lines for a throbbing bass drop to take the wheels, the newest offering out from the Brazil duo sure does live up to its name of being massive, only with a tad of leviathan bass.
Active since late 2007, Felguk are firmly making their mark on clubland along with their rapid ascent and distinguished outputs, teemed with brilliance of trend-setting proportions. Having become a somewhat favourite amongst electro-house heads across the globe lately thanks to the release of the filthy sounds of ‘Jack It’ and their harder and edgier interpret on electro-house over the past two years which they evidently have now left behind to pursue the triumph of a more playful kind of productions as they now release the follow-up to the aforementioned ‘Jack It’ through Dongle Records.