Undisputed Music continues to make its mark on the electronic music landscape with their latest release, the slick, immersive sounds of Saturday Night from London-based live act The Pressure.
The Pressure are a London-based electronic band. Diverse production and energetic performance form the pair’s foundations, with influences from rave culture and performance-centric dance acts such as Depeche Mode and Underworld prominent across their releases and live shows.
2020 saw them self-release Ride and Planes: two tough club tracks with songwriting at the heart of them. A statement of intent from the duo, both cuts showcased a varied production approach reminiscent of the Bristol-era of UK electronica. Having already garnered support from Pete Tong on Radio 1, 2021 promises to be an exciting year for them, with their single on Undisputed Music their next step on the road to greatness.
Like its predecessors, Saturday Night is built around an original song backed up by the group’s incredible production values. Sitting somewhere between deep house and crossover electronica, it’s an impressively immersive record that treads a fine line between introspective melancholy and out-and-out dancefloor euphoria.