Following the success of their mind-wobbling breakbeat track, Squired and Cerdin are back at it again delivering a new DnB single. The new track features electrifying beats while displaying versatile […]
Following the success of their mind-wobbling breakbeat track, Squired and Cerdin are back at it again delivering a new DnB single. The new track features electrifying beats while displaying versatile production skills amongst the pair, finishing with an unmatched collaboration.
“Ad Infinitum” stays true to Drum ‘n’ Bass energy featuring sinister synths, menacing vocal chops, and euphoric percussion. The single brings such high energy that takes the mind to a magical place, and it is going to make you move your feet for certain!
Squired and Cerdin showcase that they cannot be placed in a box in terms of genre, as they killed the game on this track. Here’s what they had to say:
“It’s always amazing to collaborate with somebody and have this kind of organic synergy regardless of where you are in the world. For my first show back after the pandemic I played on a boat with Juelz, Jawns, and Cerdin. It was the first time either of us had performed or even heard both of these tracks live. The fact that it was also the first time we got to meet in person and do that together was seriously one of the most special moments I’ve had in my career thus far.” – Squired
“Something about Squired’s sound design with the lead bass riff stood out to me as kind of this deep, smooth companion to the bold and brash energy of Proxy. I’m really pleased with how different they are fundamentally, but how similar they feel with the overall crossover between us. The writing sessions for Ad Infinitum felt so special because at this point we had established this wonderful friendship. It felt like this balance of where we’d grown together as musicians.” – Cerdin
Both artists bring progressive energy into the New Year and are really grateful to collab with each other.
We loved this new DnB track at Heard It Here First! What did you think of this release from Squired & Cerdin? Let us know what you think in the comments below!