“Waratah” begins with an eerily peaceful overture, laden with sounds of children laughing, sparkling synthwork, and melodic chiming. As the track progresses, a more daunting expression is thrust forward, adding a heaping dose of the ominous bass that both Hydraulix and Gritti have honed so well. Making its way into a shrill trap-centric chorus, “Waratah” fuses the two producers’ ability to incorporate a multitude of soundscapes into one dynamic piece.
Hydraulix has set a standard high with his Nitti Gritti collaboration, enlisting an equally enticing cast of tastemaking contributors for his forthcoming album, including the likes of G-REX, Doctor P, and many more. Out via WAKAAN, the highly anticipated LP will hit streaming services this September. Until then, enjoy “Waratah” below.
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