With an ear catching whistle strategically placed at the start of “Good For It,” HARBER attracts listeners’ attention, and by the single’s conclusion at the three-minute mark, he’ll still have it—undivided. The successor to HARBER’s NISHA feature, “Pieces,” released in May, “Good For It” taps into a youthful spirit that stems in part from CATALI’s vocals. From front to back, the track’s house framework is a mid-tempo complement to CATALI’s sung contributions.
With the modern house market perhaps at peak saturation, producing music within the genre comes with a tacitly understood challenge: infusing an overrun sector with freshness. HARBER continues to surmount it. Infectious sound constructions? Assuredly, he’s “Good For It.”
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