Ah yess add another jam to Unlike Pluto's quickly growing catalogue of genre expanding, cinematic and generally mind blowing dance music. The hashtag from Monstercat states that this is Trap, but I have to say that's hardly the case. Yes...it does have the deep hitting sub and hip-hop oriented drumming, but this record for me really evolves into more of a trap pop or future bass kind of vibe courtesy of the verses. The beginning is somber with strings, pads and piano as Michelle Buzz's (we like her last name ha ha) tremendous vocals flow on top of the record with finesse. Michelle, by the way, is making quite a name for herself now with a couple of tremendous releases first on Prince Fox's "Oxygen," and now this. We'll be looking for singles coming from that camp soon. As we dive into the chorus, the vocal chop leads the way as hornlike synths and arps cascade around the bombastic sub. This record's fire and is lighting up my hump day. You can listen on Spotify here, and nab this on iTunes from Monstercat here.