Robert Babicz returns with ‘Herz’, a cinematic, disco-fueled new addition to his ever-flourishing rolodex. The artistically-inclined Polish dance music talent has had his finger on the pulse for quite some time, with his dynamically versatile releases ranging the gamut from house, minimal, acid house, and techno. The seasoned stalwart has covered it all, and continues to do so well into 2020 with his newest offering. The tune directly follows the 5-track ‘Dirtcuts F’, the third and final part of his ‘Dirtcut’ EP series from the tail end of this June, as well as his remix of Philipp Ort’s ‘Humans Like Us’, released in the same month. Out now on his Babiczstyle imprint, ‘Herz’ is available to listen to across all streaming platforms.
Translating to “heart” in German, ‘Herz’ holds a special place in Babicz’ catalogue. The nearly six-minute endeavor begins with subtle hints of cinematic instrumentation, eventually making way for an exhilarating string build up and bass drop, along with a propulsive, funky four-on-the-floor beat. The shimmering new release is uplifting and filled to the brim with palpably raw emotion and soul. When listening closely, one can truly feel Babicz’ absolute all was put into ‘Herz’, a very difficult feat for most producers to achieve in the present day.
As his twelfth original production of the new decade, ‘Herz’ serves as one of the producer’s more compelling, emotive tracks so far in 2020. A master lesson in crafting organically beautiful, atmospheric house, Babicz’ latest is another welcomed addition to his already well-established back-catalogue, and is a prime sonic treat for dance music aficionados across the globe.