Slip Into Bass House Bliss With Anna Lunoe’s “Peach Fuzz”

Aug 6, 2022

Austin Miller

2 min read

Anna Lunoe has been a mover and shaker in dance music since her earliest days in the Australian music scene. She began her music career as host of a dance show at FBi RADIO, an independent youth broadcaster in Sydney. She later became the first woman commissioned for a mix with Ministry of Sound Australia, where she produced three compilations, all of which went gold in Australia and topped the Beatport Indie Dance Compilation chart. Anna proved she was here to stay shortly after relocating to Los Angeles in 2012 and releasing her debut EP, Anna Lunoe & Friends.

Anna hasn’t looked back since the release of that chart-topping debut. She’s gone on to be one of dance music’s most prominent voices, performing worldwide and collaborating with a who’s who of international artists. Last week, Anna added another offering to her list of releases with the drop of her new EP, Saturday Love, where she teamed up with past collaborator, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs on stand out track “Peach Fuzz.”

“Peach Fuzz” finds its footing with a haunting array of distant synths and vocals. The atmospheric bliss we first experience is whisked into high gear at the flick of the wrist as a wall of buoyant subs and rolling bass crank the tempo and the energy into the upper echelons of bass house heaven.

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs is one of dance music’s most explorative producers, and his knack for forward-thinking sound design is perfectly in sync with Anna’s masterful energy manipulation. This fifth and final track from the Saturday Love EP listeners off with a level head and a post-listening glow that is just so right.

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