Flatfoot Sam is a relative newcomer to the EDM and Future Bass music scene and is doing great. I must be liking his style, as I'm writing a second review for this artist. His first single was 'I Never Left' and now he brings us 'Ven a Bailar'. It's not always about the lyrics or what language they're in. If you connect or relate to the song, then you are onto a winner.
Imagine you are watching a crime thriller like 21 Bridges... The movie follows an embattled NYPD detective who is thrust into a citywide manhunt for a pair of cop killers after uncovering a massive and unexpected conspiracy.
This EDM (Electronic Dance Music) track brings some intrigue, with the dance beats and synth overlay, as it's a song you would here at the beginning or end of the film credits.
Southampton based artist, Flatfoot Sam, brings his own sound to the masses. Diplo, Martin Garrix and Marshmallow come to mind when listening to his music. All his songs tell a story and with a low intro, then a few seconds later some high notes and mid-tempo melody during 'Ven a Bailar', this gives some intensity even though it's a fairly calm track.
As it gets to 2.45, synth chords elevate the track and the EDM melody has more of an impact to the song, with the EDM beats playing in the background.
It's a good to listen too whilst doing freelance work. It's a calming EDM track!
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