Your first summer infatuation from your future favorite acid house heads.
It's official: Summer's here, and you're in need of a new sonic wardrobe. Last season's Spring/Summer get-up boasted tank tops and cutoffs; moombah-tones and electro-bangers, if you follow the metaphor. But if a Fall/Winter collection, outfitted by structural blacks on blacks and combat boots were late-2012/early-2013's deep house and industrial techno revivals, respectively, this summer's collection is shaping up to sound a bit more classy.
Taking its first intrepid steps out onto the runway, we're proud to premiere, "Droneon," the debut collaboration between Milo McBride and Wildkatz. Milo Mcbride is a self-professed New York tropical acid techno producer. Wildkatz, on the other hand, is a nomadic beatmaker for Cakes da Killa, and the drummer for speed metal sensations Cut Your Teeth. The duo met in college, and after years of "playing punk together and eating Chinese food," found a delightful middle ground with "Droneon."
Consider it your first pair of summer shades—dark enough for morning hangovers, light enough to rock in a dark, seedy nightclub, and funky enough to break any ice. Plus it's a free 320, because while Soundcloud may not have a "play song on repeat" button, iTunes sure does. Without any further ado: