Up and coming future-bass artist DRUGZZ has released his latest single titled ‘I Didn’t Mean To Do’ via Super Serious, the song has been mastered by Joe LaPorta of Sterling Sound Studio (David Bowie, Imagine Dragons, Grizzly Bear, The WEEKND, Armin Van Buuren, X Ambassadors, Foofighters, The Killers) and produced by Robbie Gardunio (Siglia, Bohnes, Eyho). The upcoming star has also worked with Spinnin Deep’s De Hofnar and Ziggy Alberts (TWO LANES), with his previous single ‘Someone Other Than Me’ has reached over 50 thousand views on YouTube alone.
The rising musician whose real name is Sam Alan is also a vintage drum collector and sites famous artists Blink-182, The Chemical Brothers, Lupe Fiasco, Copeland, The National, Death Cab for Cutie amongst some of as his inspiration, DRUGZZ’ sound has been likened as a blend between Louis The Child and Simple Plan.
DRUGZZ’ latest single ‘I Didn’t Mean To Do’ “swims in luminosity; throbbing basslines, solid percussive bliss and Sam’s energetic yet ferocious vocal-build sets the tone. Smoothly sung passages slowly turn to powerful, unforgiving screams, creating an anthemic aura encompassing on the track’s nostalgic nature. Powerful, swaying synthesizers bleed onto an atmospheric ambient section before erupting into his unique brand of experimental dancefloor antics.”
Speaking on the latest single, DRUGZZ “This song was inspired by an instance in high school – Cheers to growing up, and growing up again.”