Genre bender Melé has been around for a minute now, yet he’s always finding ways to impress us with his hot bass music creations. Last year’s tribal house skanker “Ambience” was the summer carnival anthem, and now he’s following it up with something just as big.

The Liverpool based artists isn’t afraid to teeter between sounds as we frequently here through his productions. “Queens Day” incorporates dark techno elements with vibrant whistle effects so you almost feel like you’re at a Brazilian soccer match. On the flip we have “Body Thing”. This record takes a more minimalist approach with the main percussion, instead amplifying weird vocal shots with heavy reverb to start off any DJ set with style. Download the project now as released through Redlight’s Lobster Boy Records,.