German duo Jewelz & Sparks started off a few years ago during the great Big Room House EDM bubble, producing hard hitting songs under the genre. With some of their tracks being played by headlining acts such as David Guetta, Tiesto, and Nicky Romero, it was only a matter of time before the world’s number one DJ (at the time) Hardwell noticed the pair. The Dutchman wanted Jewelz & Sparks on his label, and since then the two have consistently released track after track under the powerhouse name of Revealed Records. The duo have found a way to keep their tracks within the genre of big room house, yet do so without using the standard blueprint that so many fans became stale to.
“Drip” starts off with a bang, wasting no time with slow buildups, and gets right to it. The big room backing of the song is briefly paused to elaborate on the dripping noises that the banger is named after. Electro house fuels this track and the producers manage to create a really unique sound that amps up listeners for anything.