Dance music is supposed to be groovy, yet its rare one hits on a funk so smooth, it literally keeps you up at night. SNBRN and Autograf hit that gold mine on “Move All Night,” and vocals from KOLE make the perfect honey glaze.
“This was such a long time coming that we finally got in the studio together,” SNBRN says in an emailed statement. “With Autograf and Kole, the collab feels like we are in a band. Couldn’t be happier to share what we created.”
It’s a soulful build with an absolutely insatiable synth hook ever-so reminiscent of ’90s house hits from the likes of La Bouche. It’s a devious collaboration that hits real subtle but worms snugly into your unconscious.
“It all started with a random call from (SNBRN) the morning of my flight home,” says Autograf’s Jake Carpenter in an emailed statement. “I went to his place in downtown L.A. and cranked out the tune before heading to the airport for a red eye flight that night. Although I hadn’t slept in 48 hours, the song had us moving all day in the studio and, naturally, I didn’t want to sleep on the plane. All I wanted to do was ‘Move All Night.'”
The infectious single is out everywhere Friday, Oct. 19, but you can “Move All Night” right now, exclusively on Billboard Dance.