by: Dancing Astronaut Staff
Jul 23, 2018
LA-native up-and-comer Justin Caruso is carefully building a stacked catalog of chart-primed dance pieces, and while the burgeoning production force is yet to be a household name for electronic fans, that’s likely all about to change. For his latest delivery, Caruso is joined by fellow emerging act, Massachusetts-based Rosie Darling, on “High Enough” — an ultra-catchy electronic-pop duet anchored to Darling’s singalong vocals and Caruso’s main stage-ready piano chords.
Justin Caruso’s breakthrough came with a variety of remix efforts, taking on the likes of Tritonal, the Chainsmokers, and Krewella, among others. On the new collaboration, Justin Caruso navigates well-constructed progressive house stylings with Darling’s key vocal accents. Now we’re beginning to see the “More Than a Stranger” producer lean more on creating profile-building original works, and with “High Enough,” he might have dropped off his most memorable output yet.
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