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RoelBeat & Affar make Zulu Records debut with ‘Go Back’

A label who very much continues to turn heads in 2019, Zulu Records maintains their strong start to the year as they welcome exciting tastemakers, RoelBeat & Affar. Making their Zulu debuts, ‘Go Back’ is a bass-heavy statement of intent from a duo full of promise.

You can listen to ‘Go Back’ here.

The fourth release from the Brighton-based imprint already this year, this track follows on from a stand-out remix courtesy of Spendogg, as well as deliveries from the likes of Block & Crown and Pete Rose.

Bass-heavy in abundance, the arrival of RoelBeat & Affar on Zulu is very apt indeed. A resident of the label Rundell, as an individual, RoelBeat is an artist of great consistency clocking up an impressive catalogue of releases already on the likes of Deep Strips, Highlimit Records, Wild Essence and Prison Entertainment.

With peak-timer written all over it, RoelBeat & Affar’s Zulu debut has garnered a lot of attention already. A fulfilling dance floor experience on all accounts, ‘Go Back’ has already earned support from such respected names as Thomas Gold, Bob Sinclar, Samuele Sartini, No Requests, MDE, Don Diablo, Sam Divine, Gareth Emery, Judge Jules and many more.

Surging forward in relentless fashion, ‘Go Back’ is fueled by a momentous, seething bassline brimming with palpitation. Infused with intensely dark vibes and a hint of euphoria cutting through, a daunting vocal commands proceedings throughout.

About RJ Frometa

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