Deeper Purpose is next in line to place his stamp on Fisher’s Catch & Release imprint, arriving as the third artist to grace the label’s fast-growing catalog. With “Elevate,” the London-based sensation provides a boost of primetime-driven intensity that’s perfectly in tune with the quality of grooves that have found their way into the folders of tastemakers from the likes of Pete Tong, Steve Lawler, Danny Howard, Lee Foss, and more. Propped up on a buoyant bed of percussion, the track moves meticulously through domineering basslines and a recoiling synth lead that keeps you hanging on tightly throughout the entire run.
The anticipation for this tightly wound record has been precipitating for over a year, since Fisher first rinsed it during his jammed-pack set at the sold-out Abode in the Park Festival on the Catch & Release-hosted stage. It was only three days old at the time, and the riotous uproar from the revelers in attendance earned the secret weapon status for the subsequent 12 months, including a solid spot midway through Fisher’s Essential Mix at the start of 2020.
In the time since then, Deeper Purpose has kept the tune completely under wraps while maintaining a healthy release schedule that has landed him spots on trusty stables from the likes of Repopulate Mars, Roush, South of Saturn, and Under No Illusion. His latest release, though, has the legs to become one of the hottest tech house offerings of the year with support for the track on quickly ramping out by the minute.