When you have this much talent and still early on informing your identity, why not switch gears and mix a few things up? On our latest visit over to Dim Mak we are checking out “Our Love”, a brand new single from Pushing Daizies. Originally seeded around two years ago, Pushing Daizies is a brand new project of two prominent US producers who embrace the concept of life and put it into their work. Initially beginning as a series of collaborations between the two artists, a unique link was uncovered and they knew that they couldn’t let his energy go to waste. The duo’s moniker refers to the concept of “pushing daisies” or the flowers that are grown over a burial plot after someone dies. While death may occur and is inevitable, life can be reborn from its ashes.
While we still have no idea who is actually behind the Pushing Daizies moniker, this latest track definitely proves that they are not just a one-trick pony. Now with a sizeable catalog to comb through, it is clear that Pushing Daizies thrives in a melodic bass market where they feel the most at home. Due to this observation, our enigmatic duo decided to shift gears and explore the broad world of upbeat house music, preaching their message in a different medium. Positive and hopeful right out of the gate, “Our Love” uses upbeat melodies and just the right amount of distortion to create an exciting addition to the house music pool. With so many releases since January alone, will we see Pushing Daizies push into other genres? We will have to wait and see.
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