On December 17th, Chilean electronic group Sungaps put out their latest single, “Trust Me.” Featuring funky guitars, atmospheric synthesizers, and a danceable groove in the drums and bass, “Trust Me” invites listeners to a Chilean club for a night. Simply put, this song is a funky good time.

Speaking to influences or comparable sounds, the track gives off Justice vibes. If you are a fan of French house music, you will absolutely love this track. Towards the end, the production gets a little more dubstep-ish, but not in a way that is distracting or detracting. The wubs are earned on this piece. Though the runtime is incredibly short by most EDM standards – it sits at two minutes and 45 seconds – that runtime is chock full of interesting musical ideas.

When the vocal samples come in and the bass starts going off, it seems like things are going to keep getting more intense. But then, Sungaps pulls it back a little bit. They let the synthesizers do the work to prep ears for what I’m calling the dubstep section, and when that drops, it feels completely in place. Though the track starts off funkier, the switch doesn’t seem off-putting. In the context of the song, it makes perfect sense. 

If you want a song to help you dance at any point in any situation, throw on “Trust Me.” Trust me. Check it out below, and let us know what you think!

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