NGHTMRE & ALEXANDAR SMASH “SPEAK EASY” FT. GHOSTLO OUT NOW VIA ULTRA MUSIC

NGHTMRE, one of my favourite producers in the bass music realm has teamed up with Alexandar Smash and Ghostlo for a new lush future bass anthem “Speak Easy” released via Ultra Music.

NGHTMRE’s meticulous production and damn catchy tunes have made pushed his touring career forward over the last few years. From collaborations with Zeds Dead, Dillon Francis, Flux Pavilion, and SLANDER to headline sets and festivals like Tomorrowland, EDC Las Vegas, Lollapalooza, Coachella, Ultra Music Festival and way more, the man is unstoppable!

Ghostlo’s lush harmonising really sets the tone of the tune, and you can hear they really captured something special in theses production sessions. Accompanied by a moving guitar which really helps build the momentum in the track, this track is for sure gonna be heard at upcoming events.

“Speak Easy was one of those tracks that really came together quick in the studio. The creative flow the first day I worked with Alexandar Smash in the studio was awesome and we got most of the idea done. As soon as I heard the vocals I knew how it was going to sound. It’s rare when that happens but it’s the best feeling. We spent months tweaking/adding final touches and I’m extremely proud of how it ended up sounding! Alexandar Smash and Ghostlo have been a pleasure to work with, to say the least.”

NGHTMRE

“Feels good to drop this collaboration exactly one year after our first release. We’ve been looking up to Tyler since the jump. This is a huge record and we can’t wait to see what this does at the festivals!”

Alexandar Smash

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