Today, we have a premier from two up-and-coming artists. Velvo from Minneapolis and CT based Zayy have joined forces to create “Sober”, a mesmerizing future-bass track. If you're into Louis The Child, Ramzoid or Rustie, you'll want to take a listen.

Out now on Dim Mak's New Noise, the song, as the title does *not* suggest, is a lovesick cry equating a break up with sobriety. Vocalist Nico Blue chillingly croons “Last call to love you, but I don't want to be sober.” His pristine vocals float effortlessly over the producers' cavernous soundscape and big bass hits.

Zayy and Velvo both have gained traction in the short time they've producing music, and have been shown support from some major artists. The song is in the pocket as far as production goes, and I anticipate this song to be a widespread anthem. Take a listen below, and make sure to snag that free DL!

My name is Adam Leopold and I'm a contributor here at EDM Sauce. I love all genres, but my favorites are trance and dubstep. I love artists that dignify themselves from the pack through original content and a separation from the average sounds. If you can throw down a set I've never heard before, I'm instantly a fan. My favorite artists are Above & Beyond, Pretty Lights, and Bassnectar. I'm currently pursuing a Political Science degree at Temple University and am living in Philadelphia as well. My name on Facebook is Leo Adam, feel free to add me if you want to chat about anything music related or just to have another friendly face in the scene. I hope you all enjoy what I put out and am so grateful to be able to give to an industry that has given so much to me!