With a resume that includes releases on Monstercat and Flux Pavilion’s Circus Recrods, UK melodic wunderkind, Draper, is championing his sonic space that lives somewhere in between dance and indie-pop. Energetic yet palpable, the Brighton-based talent’s new single “Worst Of Us” showcases the producers ability to pull from new and old influences to create something fresh. While the track certainly has elements of progressive house – the genre once king in electronic dance music, Draper utilizes a more commercial topline to steer the song into the modern dance-pop lane and all together create another notable offering.

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