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ANATTA & Fred Paci & HONÜ Release Groovy Tech House Single, “Steam Rollin'”

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Based in the United States, ANATTA has taken the minimal house scene by storm. Premiering his project in June of 2020, ANATTA has already released over 50 songs on premiere minimal labels such as Whoyostro, Unnamed and Unknown, Music is 4 Lovers and many more. After amassing more than 500k collective streams and fostering three #1 Minimal/Deep-Tech EPs; ANATTA has established himself as a hot rising talent. 

No stranger to the stage, ANATTA has also supported acts such as MK, Michael Bibi, and Chris Stussy and played many festivals and clubs across the United States including EDC Las Vegas 2022. There’s no doubt that ANATTA is destined for greatness, which brings us to his latest release, “Steam Rollin’”, a collaboration with Fred Paci & HONÜ.

The groove catches you immediately, captivating you into a seductive trance while Fred provides mesmerizing melodies on the trumpet. It’s a beautiful blend of live instruments with electronic music, overall a insatiable groovy masterpiece.

“Steam Rollin’ was a straight jam! We made this beat in one night and knew Fred was the guy to lay down some trumpet right away. Steam Rollin’ came together very nicely and we are glad it is finally seeing the light of day!” – ANATTA

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