Drum & Bass | Feint Reveals Brisk, Fun-Loving Drum & Bass Song ‘Hope I Did Okay’

Posted by on April 27, 2024

Andrew Hu, better known as Feint, has carved a niche for himself in the drum and bass arena with his distinctive musical style. Starting his career on a high note, he made his debut on Monstercat’s “001 – Launch Week,” which opened doors to a lasting partnership with the label. Feint’s arc in the music industry has been nothing short of remarkable, marked by successful collaborations and a growing discography that fans thrive on.

His affiliation with Liquicity Records has led to a series of popular releases, echoing his unique approach to music production. Tracks like “We Won’t Be Alone” and “Words,” featuring Laura Brehm, have become fan favorites, amassing millions of plays and becoming staples in the drum and bass community.

Feint’s latest offering, “Hope I Did Okay,” is a robust addition to his musical repertoire. This track captures the essence of Feint’s artistry. The drop introduces an unexpected twist, incorporating mid-tempo elements that elevate the listening experience, making it both refreshing and exhilarating.

“Hope I Did Okay” seems destined to become a beloved track among fans and a highlight in Feint’s career. It’s a vibe that not only fills dance floors but also sticks with you long after the party ends.

Drum & Bass | Electronic Artist Feint Unveils ‘Treading Water’ in Ophelia Records ‘Advent – Drum & Bass’ Compilation

Posted by on August 11, 2023

A surge of rhythm against a tidal wave of synth harmonies begins to describe Feint’s latest single “Treading Water (feat. HYLIA)” showing what he can do when he gets his hands on Drum & Bass. Released under Ophelia Records, the track is a standout from the Advent – Drum & Bass compilation, a unique experience curated by the Italian sensation Mazare.

Feint, an established DJ and producer, has journeyed through the industry for over a decade. His roots are in the United Kingdom, where he first gained prominence as a pivotal member of the Monstercat family, garnering an impressive 800K+ monthly Spotify listeners. His new single is not merely a song; it expresses his growth and evolution as an artist over time.

The vocals of HYLIA inject a sense of soul into the intricate moments Feint so wonderfully puts together. Feint’s legacy remains solid, add this along accolades such as performing at prestigious events like Liquicity and Rampage – the man is dynamic and in-demand. The essence of Feint’s artistry is within every bassline, beat, and bar of “Treading Water.”

Drum & Bass | Feint & MYLK Team Up On Drum And Bass Banger ‘Beyond’

Posted by on July 13, 2023

Feint and MYLK have skillfully crafted a new drum and bass single, “Beyond,” that is both energetic and profound, embodying the fluidity of their sound. This high energy single encapsulates a cinematic musical narrative, as it balances rhythmic intensity with soothing harmonies, making it a riveting exploration of their musical capabilities.

The percussion work in “Beyond” is a testament to their command of drum and bass, featuring intricately woven patterns that drive the track forward. This intensity is contrasted beautifully with the inclusion of smooth, harmonious female vocals, which bring a unique serenity to the track.

Feint is known for many things, a part of his achievement list includes being one of Monstercat’s longest running artists on the roster. MYLK has must-hear’s under her belt like “Outbreak” and “Magic,” – her catalog has plenty of cues within that make it feel like one part of a greater whole.

“Beyond” serves as a milestone in their evolving musical journey, bringing a catchy edge to the genre of drum and bass, while promising more innovative endeavors from both artists in the future. As such, it is an essential addition to the collections of discerning drum and bass aficionados worldwide.


Bass | Feint And Josh Rubin Join Forces On Electrifying Single, ‘Let Me Go’

Posted by on February 24, 2023

When it comes to high-quality and prestigious labels, Monstercat is at the top of the game. Two of the imprint’s regulars are producer-DJ hybrid Feint and singer Josh Rubin. Raised in the UK, Feint is a veteran in the world of electronic music, having performed at well-known DnB festivals like Liquicity and Rampage. Additionally, he has more than 800k monthly listeners on Spotify and is a crucial member of Monstercat. Based in Austin, Texas, along with his Monstercat releases Josh has been featured on Dim Mak, Seeking Blue, Lowly, and Proximity.

Taking their projects to the next level, Feint and Josh have returned to Monstercat with their new single, “Let Me Go”. Discussing the story behind the track, Josh says, “most of us can relate to a time when we held on too long to someone we knew deep down wasn’t right for us. It’s easy to get so comfortable with someone that you start to lose parts of yourself and it makes it that much harder to leave a bad situation. This song is about feeling like you want to walk away but can’t. Hoping that other person will give you a sign to help you make the hard choice of leaving.”

The powerful message in “Let Me Go” is accompanied by breathtaking sound design via Feint and passionate vocals from Josh. Blending together DnB and a variety of other genres, this dance anthem foreshadows a big year for this talented pair of artists.

Drum & Bass | Feint Releases Heavy DnB Remix On Korsakov Music “Empathy Box”

Posted by on October 4, 2018

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, Feint has crossed one’s radar at one time or another. He’s been an active DJ/producer for years, with releases on labels like Monstercat, NCS, and many others. The soloist is known to produce a wide-range of genres, but nothing like drum n’ bass taps into a nostalgic element that, at a minimum, his long term fans will appreciate and embrace.

Right in line with the title “Empathy Box,” the single certainly resides on the softer side of the genre. Lighter synth work, dramatic chord progressions, and an all around anthem-feel gives the single an emotional tinge instead of a dirty one. Feint’s flex of production skills here showcases his consistency in quality hasn’t dropped off in the least.