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Matroda Drops “Pictures” on Self-Owned Label Terminal Underground

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Matroda has made an impactful return with second single, “Pictures,” on his self-owned label, Terminal Underground. Known for his exceptionally produced house tracks, this latest tune brings the perfect vibe to make it a staple in many house mixes to come.

Earlier this year, Matroda dropped the first single on his imprint “Jack The House,” which garnered support from major artists such as Zeds Dead, Tiësto, Oliver Heldens, and many others in a short time. Prior to that release, he had a huge collaboration with Wax Motif on “Divided Souls,” and released another big single, “Walk in the Spot,” on Musical Freedom at the end of 2019. In this follow-up single, Matroda has truly set the bar for 2020 with a forward-thinking grooving bass that sets the mood. “Pictures” has an undeniable vibe that draws you to the dance floor thanks to its invigorating bassline.

Matroda has been making big waves around the world for some time now. After The Red Tape (Deluxe) album triumphantly released on Dim Mak last year, the tracks have become classics to play for many top DJs beyond Matroda himself. Each of his successful releases have played a significant role in the major support he has received, and we can only expect even bigger releases to be unveiled in the near future.

Ciara Graves AKA DJ and producer, Graveheart, is a dedicated Writer and Editor for The Nocturnal Times. After recently graduating from Elon University with a BS in Music Production & Recording Arts, she is working towards reaching new heights in her music career. Between her experiences as an artist and working in the industry behind the scenes, she aims to bring her unique creativity into any environment.

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