Precision and Snyder join forces for their newest single, “Like This” out now. The club anthem, “Like This,” is deep and groovy, and will have you moving along in little to no time at all. The official release drops at the beginning of festival season, and just in time for live events to start gradually taking place across the country. On the cusp of Spring, Precision and Snyder deliver us this inevitable DJ set inclusion and surefire dance floor banger, which is certain to garner the support of a plethora of DJs and producers alike.
“Like This” comes immediately following the release of Snyder’s full-length debut album, In The Dark. The US-based producer/DJ/artist, born Andrew Snyder, has received high praise and nothing aside from critical acclaim for his 10-track first-ever LP. In The Dark includes features from 24hrs, 51b, Dre of the East, Danielle Goz, Mike Eakins, and Northside Rocky. Having amassed over 1 million streams on his album tracks already—quite an accomplishment for a burgeoning independent artist—Snyder also surprised fans with a music video for his latest album original, “Motions” featuring Danielle Goz.
Bryce Polascik, professionally known as Precision, has been surrounded by music for as long as he can remember. On his latest venture, “Like This,” he set out to craft an ode to that much appreciated, iconic, underground sound—and there’s no denying the mission was a complete success. Hailing from Chapel Hill, NC, Precision is a diverse producer and DJ who enjoys creating filthy bass coupled with harmonious melodies, breathtaking vocals, and earth-rattling drops.
“’Like This’ was an absolute blast to create. Snyder and I share a similar mentality and deep internal drive which makes working together come as second nature. In this track, we set out to build that iconic underground club feeling, filled with ground shaking bass that you can feel through your chest, and deliver that experience straight to our listeners through their headphones. We hopped in the studio together and emerged with this track, which is definitely a dance floor weapon.” – Precision