If you’ve seen or heard one of Steve Angello‘s sets as of late, this track should be almost instantly recognizable. Coupling momentous builds with an intriguing fusion of big rooms kicks and tribal-influenced percussive patterns, “Kukatu”, Ivan Gough‘s latest collaboration with Jebu and second release on Size Records, is destined to make a splash just as his first release, “Boom” did on the very same imprint earlier this year. Preview the track below and grab you copy on Beatport here!
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