Just three notes are at the heart of the melody in DJ Justin Caruso’s latest track, High Enough, but when mixed with singer Rosie Darling’s vocals and impressive production skills, the single makes for a vibrant dance hit.
From the outset, instrumentals in the verses let Darling take centre stage with the traditional soft sound expected on a dance track like this, but it’s enough to keep the track moving.
It’s a seamless process which extends to the track’s build-up, flowing effortlessly into the basic melody at the heart of the single.
The only disappointment comes with the final chorus, where one expects the lyrics in the build-up are now placed over the main melody. In some songs, this happens whilst the main lyrics are played at the same time, but on this occasion, it could have made for a less abrupt ending than the one Caruso adopts.
With creative pacing in the lyrics and a simplistic but effective melody, Caruso and Darling deliver a chilled hit with High Enough.