It is becoming evidently clear that CYB3RPVNK is a force of nature in the EDM world and their roster works in sync. On our visit over to CYB3RPVNK we are checking out “Scrolling Up”, the latest single from producers Skytech and Fafaq. We first heard of this talented producer when R3HAB found him after hearing “Tiger”, where he helped finish the track which led to over 100 million streams. R3HAB and Skytech have been working together for quite some time under the CYB3RPVNK banner, crafting festival and dancefloor-friendly tracks while also growing Skytech’s global footprint. For the last two years, Skytech has ranked in the top 2 most streamed Polish artists in the world!
Skytech and Fafaq are already major playmakers by themselves, but now that they have joined forces as All That MTRS they are a force to be reckoned with. These two talented Polish producers combine their warbly synth work and minimal yet driving basslines to create a tongue and cheek track with a thing or two to say. As you no doubt have guessed from the title, “Scrolling Up” is a cheeky opinion piece on modern society’s incessant need to be constantly checking our social media…especially that moment when we lose track of time endlessly scrolling. Using a catchy vocal riff as the hook, “Scrolling Up” allows the funky and groovy bassline to take center stage and warm up the dark club’s dancefloor for those who are ready to get back out there. We are excited to see what is next to come out of the All That MTRS camp and hope you are too!
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