Chris Lake Marks His First Release Of The Year With 'I Remember' – FUXWITHIT

Exploring the darker and deeper side of electronic music is easy when Chris Lake hits the decks. Satisfying his audience with those dance-floor ready grooves such as ‘I Want You’  and his epic collaboration with Green Velvet on ‘Deceiver,’ this house connoisseur has experimented with several genres in his career which range from bass house, techno and even some progressive to lose full control of your mind and body. It is safe to say Chris Lake has consistently proven he is a quality over quantity guy when it comes to releases, but this time he is reminding us why we all fell in love with his signature mystic sound with the bass house single ‘I Remember.’

Throwing it back to a vocal sample from Ralphi Rosario’s ‘You Used To Hold Me,’ if Chris Lake is paying homage to a classic tune you already know it is about to initiate a whole new vibe on the dance-floor. With a tech house backdrop in sight, a filthy bassline becomes apparent to lead you into Chris Lake’s world of modernization. As glitches of synths and drum samples appear, Chris Lake takes another turn with bass-heavy kicks to get the crowd moving. Released on his very own Black Book Records, his revolutionizing sound apparent in this fresh new single is certainly one we cannot get enough of this year.