Bruno Furlan, the fast rising talent hailing from Brazil, has a knack for creating tracks that aren’t just music, but experiences. His latest creation, “Space Bump,” crafted in collaboration with the up-and-coming Deeft, is a perfect showcase of this. Released on Matroda’s Terminal Underground label, it’s a piece that perfectly embodies the spirit of modern tech house with its pulsating rhythms and sophisticated energy. This track comes as a crown jewel in a year marked by Furlan’s vibrant performances at events like Ultra Peru and Dirtybird CampINN.

“Space Bump” symbolizes where his mindset is as as a producing artist as well as how far he’s come in his journey, a journey that started in his youth in Brazil and blossomed amidst the global DJ culture. This track encapsulates his evolution from a young enthusiast to a pioneering artist in the tech house scene, where he’s known for releasing envelope-pushing house tracks.

The track itself is a fusion of Furlan’s signature style with new, exciting elements brought in by Deeft. It’s fast-paced, a little dystopian, and undeniably high-energy – a combination that makes it hard to resist dancing to. “Space Bump” is more than just a culmination of a year’s work; it’s a reflection of Furlan’s artistic growth and his ability to keep pushing boundaries in the tech house genre.

Furlan’s past accomplishments, like his collaboration with Claude VonStroke and the track “Another Planet,” named Track of the Year by VonStroke himself, paved the way for more musical gems to come. His recognition as the “Best DJ of Brazil” by Amine Edge & Dance and the enduring popularity of tracks like “Bongoloco” on Beatport’s charts underline his influence in the music industry.

While Furlan’s journey in music is marked by various collaborations and accolades, it’s his tracks like “Space Bump” that truly define his legacy in the tech house world.

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