The South African based legend has been having a grand time as of late with some of the biggest names in bass music strongly paying attention to the his sound design prowess, with the DJ/Producer having gained support from Noisia, DJ Craze, Mat Zo, Culprate, G Jones and more. Following on from the release of the “Fear Monger” album in 2017 by Saturate Records, his last release on Zeds Dead’s successful imprint label was incredibly well received by both fans and DJs.
Chee is absolutely sure to have you dialling this one up to 11 making sure that the tension is strong from the get-go. Launching straight into an anxious build-up of ticking percussive elements which slowly delay into a dense drop. The sound design is absolutely next level and the heavy melody that comes in that second drop has been rattling round my head since first hearing the tune.
Chee had the following to say about the track:
“I was elated to have my good friend African Ginger work on the art for Turn Up and later have the opportunity to work with him on the final EP art. I wanted the recurring theme to be a feeling of restraint & the need to escape, but partially being paralyzed by one’s own mind. The process of overanalyzing, causing one to freeze and be a prisoner of their own thoughts. I think a lot of people can relate to that feeling, especially after this last year, and I feel the art does the perfect job portraying that internal conflict a lot of us face daily.” – Chee
With his second EP “Paralysis Analysis” soon to be released on Deadbeats, featuring four solo tracks and a collaboration with the don Mr. Carmack, Chee is really giving fans a tasty preview of what is to come with this release.
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