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San Pacho Debuts on hau5trap with “Pieces Of Me” featuring Avacar

Croatian multi-hyphenate San Pacho takes to deadmau5's house imprint to debut “Pieces Of Me” featuring Avacar. Available worldwide now, “Pieces Of Me” is the newest addition to the fresh-faced house music label. Best characterized by its sweeping techy grooves, San Pacho's “Pieces Of Me” is a sonic display of house music mastery. An attention-grabbing kick swelters in time with infectiously oscillating synths, as Avacar's vocal musings carry the track to fruition. As “Pieces Of Me” progresses, Pacho flexes his production prowess with newly fluttering synth patterns juxtaposing on industrial-esque percussive elements. Between Avacar's intricately spliced vocals and San Pacho's immaculate production, “Pieces Of Me” solidifies itself as a standout house feat.

Speaking on his new single, San Pacho explains: “‘Pieces Of Me' is a single I wanted to do for quite a bit. Avacar and I have talked about collaborating before on a record and I think we clicked really well on this one. A strong emotional breakdown with a powerful groovy drop is a recipe for a good time on the dance floor.”

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