Now Reading:

Kid Loose – Groovin To The Bassline [Review]

Kid Loose – Groovin To The Bassline [Review]

As the end of September is just around the corner, it’s time to say goodbye to the last days of summer. But thanks to this new release from house DJ and producer Kid Loose, listeners can transport themselves to a sun-drenched California party no matter the temperature outside.

‘Groovin To The Bassline’ is the exact sort of energy needed to get through the sloughs of work, the morning commute, the household chores—anything that might not be comparable to the freedom of a summer night (which, I understand, covers quite a bit of territory). In capturing the essence of a party without being at the party itself, Kid Loose’s track is perfect for reminiscent extroverts or imaginative introverts alike.

True to its namesake, the bassline delivered is outright infectious. Spirited drums are a constant driving the ad-libbed vocals and provide stability to the deliriously unpredictable track. (Basically, if ‘Groovin To The Bassline’ were a party, drums would be the DD.)

With more than 20 years of experience performing, California-based Kid Loose has worked with the likes of Lady Gaga and Cyndi Lauper, in addition to holding residences at multiple clubs across the state.

Though Kid Loose’s final single of the year, ‘Groovin To The Baseline’ will have listeners groovin’ straight to the new year, and hopefully, new releases.

 

By Madison Obermeyer

Share This Articles