Danish songwriter/producer, Goss, puts together twisted, warping vocals and stabbing synths to bring us new futuristic pop cut, “Soo Bad.” Soo Bad will be a part of the Healthcare EP dropping April 28th.
Goss is back and he has brought his new Healthcare EP. We get a fine dose of the genre-bending, futuristic sounds that make this producer so unique and a pleasure to listen to. Stream the Healthcare EP below and grab your copy on iTunes.
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