QUIX Drops Bass Winding ‘Trying To Love’ feat BJOERN

Los Angeles based New Zealand export QUIX continues to jump from stride to stride with each new release. He returned with a powerful new addition this week called “Trying to Love,” featuring BJOERN on vocals.

QUIX’s new offering melts you with lush future bass and smashes down with a heaving trap drop. It’s once again an impressive showcase of his imaginative productions and impeccable sound design. The prolific Kiwi has clocked up tens of millions of streams and played the likes of EDC and Coachella. Having previously landed on the cover of tastemaker playlists such as Mint and with an impressive tour schedule, we are in no doubt that this one will find its way into bass lovers hands in no time as well.

The release comes off the back of the success of Alison Wonderland collaboration and heavy hitter ‘Life Long After Death’ with Adventure Club earlier in the year. QUIX has also found himself an in-demand remixer landing cuts for the likes of French Montana, Steve Aoki and Diplo in recent times.

If you want to catch him live, he’s currently on ‘Force Of Nature Tour’ and remaining dates and tickets can be found here.

‘Trying To Love’ is out now on Dim Mak Records, and the release also comes accompanied with a lyric video shot across rooftops of downtown LA.

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