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Mysterious New Act Pickle Unleashes Tech House Gem “Blow”

Pickle is on the tip of everyone’s tongue this summer. A secret project that popped out of nowhere and continues to break the summer with its infectious sound. And now, following the huge success of early 2019 hit single ‘Body Work', the Pickle is ready to spread its seeds again with this new tech house track ‘Blow', released on Spinnin’ Records. It's bound to ignite another hype, as it's already receiving support from Diplo, Tiësto, Martin Garrix, Nicky Romero, David Guetta, Afrojack and many more.

Now here's a track that wastes no time in laying down its upbeat intentions, delivering a bouncy synth layered with a percussion melody that proceeds to provide the hook for the duration of the track, while a round bassline ensures the track is guaranteed to get people moving from the first listen.

‘Blow’ incorporates all the sounds you would expect from its title, from the groovy opening-melody to a catchy whistle and the fined-tuned, energetic bassline – the result is a dance floor weapon that displays the artist trademark sounds and musical knowledge, culminating in an uplifting summer anthem that is as equally fit for a club or festival as it is for the radio.

“Blowing a whistle was a goal of mine ever since I rubbed vinegar on my body. I was able to suck and blow this song back to the farmers market” – Pickle

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