Patrick Topping Unleashes Massive ‘Rights’ EP on Adam Beyer’s Truesoul

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Hot off a smashing B2B set with wAFF at Jamie Jones’ Paradise gig at Amsterdam Dance Event this past weekend, Patrick Topping has released his new three-tracker Rights.

Having made quite a splash over the past two years with his stellar releases on Hot Creations, Topping has switched things up with Rights’ release on Adam Beyer’s Truesoul imprint. However, the Newcastle native has kept his off-kilter approach to tech house constant with this solid set of productions.


The title track of the EP is a pulsing belter with whispery vocal samples and an unstoppable groove, all underscored by glittering synth arpeggios. B-Side “Tool On” is a glitchy, bass-heavy early set-weapon ready for warm-up play, but it’s closer “Foxton” that stands out as the highlight of the package with its maddening build and crushing bassline. For the track, Topping takes on big-room tech house to massive results, all of which are ready to make warehouses across the world explode.

Stream the full EP below and purchase it on Beatport here.