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Supertaste With Their Nostalgic Track "Neon Prayer"

Supertaste is comprised of Hundreds Thousands (featured in DJ Mag’s emerging artist column) and Slug Father, whose recent track ‘Think of U’ Hit No.1 on Hypem a few months ago. The duo began making their mark in the Summer of 2020 with their first release, the Breakup Disco EP. Featuring a track with French taste-making label Kitsuné for “Comedown”, the EP has amassed nearly 200k plays on Spotify. Their breakout release garnered support from Spotify's editorial playlist, “Soda,” and artists such as Washed Out (dj mix + artist playlist), The Knocks (artist playlist), and Goldroom (artist playlist).

Supertaste is a Brooklyn-based duo with an appetite for deli sandwiches and disco. The pair aims to bring you that warm feeling of walking to your favorite bodega after a night of dancing. Both DJs come from burgeoning solo careers with Hundreds Thousands, Zach Britt, being named an emerging artist by DJ Mag in 2019. Zach is also making a splash supporting sonically diverse artists Mija, Break Science, and Papadosio in addition to performing at popular Thailand music festival, Jai Thep last year. Slug Father, Lucas Feigenbaum, has seen his two recent releases “Every Minute” and “Think of U” continue to gain popularity with over 300,000 streams respectively. Feigenbaum has performed at New York's Governor’s Ball for two consecutive years as well as supported RJD2 and Zimmer at the Brooklyn Bowl and Bowery Ballroom, respectively. Following the release of their newest single "Neon Prayer" they project a very groovy track that will surely grasp your ears. Starting the track with vibrant instrumentation leading onto his soft and sweet vocals they complete the track entirely. “Neon Prayer” feels like a blissful mid-tempo dance track with lush atmospheric melodies and hopeful intentions. It’s an uplifting song with powerful implications. To the vocals and production, this track will surely get your body moving. Making it just perfect for a late night drive or hanging out with friends. Go stream "Neon Prayer" and check out their discography which is filled with outstanding tracks.



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