Gorgon City odes to birthplace of house in newest underground stomper, ‘Elizabeth Street’
When Gorgon City founded their REALM imprint, nestled under the Astralwerks name, their intent was to create a space for underground house music to reach the ears of many via a major label. Now the acclaimed UK duo have released their next underground club hit in the form of “Elizabeth Street,” which pays homage to the street in Chicago that is said to be the birthplace of house music.
“Elizabeth Street” sees the boys deliver an infectious house groove, fit with emotive chords and high-intensity breakdowns. Gorgon City told Billboard they were inspired to craft a song about the infamous Chicago locale after spending much time producing in the city over the past year. The track marks their first release since “Go Slow,” a collaboration with Kaskade that has clocked up over 8 million global streams since it’s May release.
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