Syn Cole – April

Written by Michael

February 22, 2013 2:00 pm

Do you remember Avicii before the vocals? We do – Bromance was a hell of a stonking tune that is sadly lost in the obscurity of his past. But whatever you think of Avicii’s current offerings, he’s brought house music the the forefront of everybody’s minds.

And with his new Le7els label, he’s looking to explore new talent.┬áSyn Cole is just that talent, and with “April” he encapsulates much of the original formula that projected Avicii into the mainstream.

April is catchy, fun, and bursting with energy without needing to scream down your face. It’s weighted perfectly and will surely be blowing the roof of many a club. Roofers are going to have brisk trade.

The question is…at what point will it be layered with vocals and pumped into the top 40?

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