There’s a new sound coming out of Toronto that will make you feel like you’re strutting down the street in a suede suit in the ’70s.

All it took was an outstanding display of perfectly timed DJing, mixed with incredibly complex sound production and one funky electric guitar lick.

Gabriel Lis’ new hip-hop instrumental track “Toronosaurus Rex” encapsulates the vibe of hearing old school sounds on new school technology, but with style.

The high-energy transitions are creatively unorthodox, but it’s when the beat kicks back in behind the catchy west-coast influenced rhythm that listeners are brought back to a familiar place.

The title track of Gabriel’s new album of the same name, “Toronosaurus Rex” is a multi-layered masterpiece that shows Gabriel’s talent as a producer and instrumentalist. It relies on a consistent drumbeat throughout, broken up with highlighted segments of well-placed samples.

The high-energy transitions are creatively unorthodox, but it’s when the beat kicks back in behind the catchy west-coast influenced rhythm that listeners are brought back to a familiar place – and what a cozy place it is.

There’s enough room in the track for hype to build over and over again, giving its easy replay value. Try not tapping the table the entire time it’s playing.