Warner Case Drops ‘Dance Music for Dancing, Vol. 3’
New York-based producer warner case dropped his new EP “dance music for dancing, vol. 3” right on time to add to the holiday party playlists — and it’s sure to make your guests hit the dance floor.
“dance music for dancing” is just that, seven bouncing house tracks that put listeners in the groove. The release features quirky and catchy singles, including “bees knees,” and “up up in my mind,” as well as “let me know,” a track that features Vin Damato and Just Because.
The highlight of the new EP is the titled track, “drum baby,” a three-minute banger in which warner case puts his classical training to good use. The song entices listeners with impressive percussion and bass where one can’t help but move their body along with the beat.
warner case is a classically trained percussionist, DJ, and cat lover who’s quietly been making his name in house music, spinning sets in NYC with upbeat and selective tracks like “okay” and “doyouwannabemine?,” the latter of which hit over 4 million listens on Spotify.
Now, warner case is turning up the volume, playing international tours and attending music festivals abroad like Elektric Park in France. He’s shared stages with countless artists like Disclosure, Polo & Pan, and The Magician, and he is getting louder and gaining more traction with every single he drops.
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