KSHMR & Sidnie Tipton Set a Solid Synth Groove on 'House of Cards': Exclusive

Jasmine Safaeian


You don't want to live in a "House Of Cards." At the slightest pressure, it's going to come caving in. But the foundation genre-blending producer KSHMR and singer Sidnie Tipton built together is so solid, the pair had to reunite to give the world one more taste of its collaborative sweetness.

KSHMR and Tipton first had a hit with 2016's "Wildcard," an upbeat, electric anthem that leaned on worldly influence. Today's "House of Cards" is a straightforward, synthtastic groove. It's a little bit retro, with an emotionally vulnerable intro, but all that softness is abruptly stirred like a wind through its namesake.

For those keeping score, this is KSHMR's first release of 2018, but it's not his last. We know he's got a full-length album coming later in the year. "House of Cards" is out everywhere Friday, Feb. 16, on KSHMR's label Dharma, but you can listen to it in full below, exclusively on Billboard Dance.


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