Dropping at the peak of summer, Deuce & Charger’s hazy sun-kissed double A-side single on Subsphere Records is the perfect soundtrack for those long hot holiday nights and the festival season.
‘A Simple Twist Of Fate’ washes in on a wave of analogue synth chords and reverb-drenched guitars. A captivating day-dreamy vocal floats effortlessly across the verse before rising on a tide of arpeggios to a sublime sub-bass and vocal drop.
‘Losing Touch’ continues the endless summer vibe, as Deuce & Charger once again showcase their trademark emotive vocal melodies over crisp beats, rolling bass and warm Moog synth lines. Their sound is at once euphoric and introspective; classic electro and synth-wave influences wrapped up in fresh drum and bass production.
‘A Simple Twist Of Fate’ / ‘Losing Touch’ is the latest in a line of big releases for Deuce & Charger on leading drum and bass labels including Viper, Technique, Liquicity and Mayan Audio, all continuing to justify their rapid rise from the underground of the scene. The new tracks find an ideal home on Subsphere Records who have worked with some of the best and brightest names in drum and bass since 2011, including Feint, Stan SB, Keeno, Whiney, Moleman, Veela, Phase and more.
Deuce & Charger have been playlisted on 1Xtra, played on Radio 1 (Friction and Rene LaVice) and Kiss Fresh (Andi Durrant), featured in Mixmag and DJ Mag, been supported by tastemaker blogs and channels including Bassrush, Most Addictive, Magnetic Magazine, Drum & Bass HQ, Skank & Bass, YourEDM.com and Ninja Ninja. The duo have also taken their unique live vocal/DJ set to the huge Let It Roll summer festival and been remixed by Dossa & Locuzzed (Viper), Chords (Ram) and Kronology (Technique).