Release date: 29 September 2017
If you’re itching for a truly massive track that will push your boundaries on the dance floor and beyond, look no further than Buku’s new release, “Control.” Sounding like part alien invasion and part man-eating machine, “Control” dominates the senses with sinister basslines and laser-inspired effects. Buku is quite the dynamic maestro, and “Control” is definitely one of his darkest releases to date. Oddly enough, the track wasn’t inspired by anything particularly malevolent. “I actually was doing yard work one day, and the idea for the main drop popped into my head,” he said. “I ran inside and wrote down a few notes, and it was the first time I’ve ever adhered 100% to the pre-production plan.” Whatever the inspiration was, the release comes at the perfect time for the new club season as the summer festivals finish out their run for the year. One thing is for certain-“Control” will be making crowds lose theirs on dance floors around the globe, so snag this free download immediately.
The world is quickly getting familiar with Buku; after his initial success with the fan favorite “Front to Back,” Buku received the honor of the legendary Bassnectar remixing the track. His other releases include his “No Dramas” EP on Spinnin’ Records, “Stop” with Tropkillaz on Mad Decent and his “Might Be” EP on Nest HQ; his track “Ready 4” was feature in the popular Madden NFL 2018 video game for Playstation 4 and Xbox One. It’s no surprise that Buku’s talent seems unstoppable-his musical training on the drums dates back nineteen years, and he’s never relented since. He’s complimented his love of bass with other musical instruments, such as keyboard and guitar, and received formal training in music theory. His live sets have been earning him accolades around the world-he even went on an Australian tour last March and wowed crowds down under. Buku is off to a strong start and shows no signs of slowing down – he is currently on a North American tour where he is hitting up some of the U.S.’s most well-known clubs and festivals.