Discover the electrifying new Tech House anthem "SYNTHETIC SANDS" by LA's very own Vulture Theory in collaboration with HAWD HITTA and NoBueno

Summer festival season is officially in full swing, and the Los Angeles electronic music scene is stoked to see its homegrown talent, Vulture Theory, soar to new heights with his latest Tech House collaboration. Teaming up with HAWD HITTA and NoBueno, "SYNTHETIC SANDS" is a sun-soaked Tech House anthem that you'll want echoing through your speakers as the sun sets on the main stage.

Our own LA-based Vulture Theory, real name Dustin DePalama-Shields, had the visionary spark for this track. His collaboration with HAWD HITTA and NoBueno gave birth to a sizzling new Tech House composition that will undoubtedly sweep across festival sound systems this season. Their creative process built the track up just right, amping up the tension and nailing that Knock2 “dashstar” effect that's setting festival stages alight.

The second drop is where "SYNTHETIC SANDS" really shines. The way the vocal phrase slots in over the kick drum will get your heart racing and feet moving in no time. This track is bound to cause ripples in the festival scene, and with it dropping during peak season, it's destined to be the soundtrack to this summer's most memorable moments.

We're equally stoked for HAWD HITTA, who, after a successful US tour last fall and a chart-topping hit on iTunes, returns to the scene with this banger. Meanwhile, Vulture Theory isn't just resting on his laurels. With his intense focus on stepping up his production game and a vault of new music to share, he's surely one of the exciting talents to watch in 2023.

Be sure to catch "SYNTHETIC SANDS" live in action on June 17th, where the trio will be performing at the much-anticipated event at Academy LA, presented by Insomniac Events and headlined by Borgeous.

We're ready for this wave of Tech House brilliance, and "SYNTHETIC SANDS" is just the beginning. It's going to be a hell of a ride.

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