If we have learned anything about the electronic music community over our multiple years of coverage, it is that there is no age barrier to start. This time we are heading on over to Ultra Records for “Still in The Storm”, the latest single from producer Fiin. Already making waves in the electronic music community, Fiin is completely taking over Miami’s electronic scene very early on in his career. The host of a weekly show known as “Relic” over at 1-800-Lucky, Fiin’s show has become a main staple in the community. Fiin is also the youngest ever resident at the Heart Nightclub, having performed with powerhouse producers such as Paco Osuna and Hot Since 82. Plenty of this local success launched Fiin onto the global stage, giving him the opportunity to perform at major festivals on multiple continents.
“Still in the Storm” marks Fiin’s official return to the Ultra Records label, after dropping a handful of tracks previously including his official debut “Calling Out”. Fiin takes time to recruit plenty of talent to collaborate with this time around, snagging Argentinian duo Brigado Crew and letting recording artist Jinadu take over the vocal work. A prime example of the classic “four on the floor” style of electronic beats, “Still In The Storm” is primed and ready for a slightly seedy nightclub or and underground rave. Fiin and Brigado Crew’s complimentary styles create a fantastic booty-shaker melody and an infectious bassline, However, Jinadu stops in and adds their hauntingly eerie yet perplexing vocal hook to add a bit more depth to the track. If you need a track to satisfy your “four on the floor” rhythm needs, “Still In The Storm” is perfect.
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