Shermanology bring the groove on the latest installment on Sola featuring a big remix from label heads Solardo.
“We are so hyped up that the Solardo boys picked Pop That & Ride That as an EP. Two totally different tracks where we can showcase what we stand for. We can’t wait to make this the first of many EP’s with Sola.” – Shermanology
The EP kicks off with Pop That, an unmistakably sultry house track which is defined by the classic funky bass line we’ve come to associate with Shermanology. The track continues to build with dynamic percussion alongside a very evocative vocal overlay. Next up on the EP is the much darker Ride It, with a powerful thumping bass and reverberating synths creating a warehouse ready vibe, the track is complemented by a soaring vocal which builds to an immense breakdown. On the flip, label heads Solardo provide a mammoth remix which adds their signature stamp.
Riding into the spotlight on a wave of early crossover house records, alongside the likes of Avicii (as Tim Berling for ‘Blessed’) showcased Shermanology’s infectious songsmanship amid a peak in European electronic music and its global passport. Come 2019, there was a new vision for Shermanology and their soulfully charged stand on the electronic market. With their hit song Move Out Of My Way, together with Dennis Quinn, they entered a new chapter of their career in 2019.
Following up in 2020, their Bon Bini EP on Hot Creations received widespread support, including radio coverage from the likes of Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Danny Howard and many more. Their Soldier March EP on Tech House label Rawthentic also received crazy support from the likes of Jamie Jones, Roger Sanchez, MK and topped the Beatport Tech House Chart. The new Shermanology sound is unstoppable and growing faster than ever with an array of fresh label partnerships, exciting collaborative ventures and most importantly, an arsenal of infectious tunes, 2020 promises to be a year of formal reckoning for Shermanology.
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