NY artist warner case takes another stylistic (and grammatical) detour with his latest offering “idunno” – a sparkling house piece that has an alluring force field of its own. Sharpened with slick synths and rolling rhythm, “idunno” projects the rhythmic underlining of European deep house while speaking the language of pop. Stream below:
“idunno” is out now via French label Kitsuné Musique. Make sure to stalk keep up with warner as he’ll be releasing more singles. “I’m excited to release a bunch of tunes, create content that people click on a lot, and pet my cats more than usual.”
Yes. Cat lady makes baller house music.
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