Enchufada finishes out their globe-trotting Volume Three of their groundbreaking Upper Cuts series with a trip 10,000 miles away from Lisbon, Portugal to Australia for Swick and Lewis Cancut's latest clubby bass-rattler "Arm Up." Excelling in label chief Branko's desire to believe that the "rest of the world's" music is the "best of the world's music, Upper Cuts has another winner here. Laying somewhere firmly between Rye Rye's classic "Shake It To The Ground" and Dominique Young Unique's "Earthquake," Tkay Maidza delivers a gritty and uptempo rap vocal over the Aussie duo's trademark frenetic synths and a familiar bassline for maximal peak-hour dance floor capacity.

Continuing in Swick's line of party anthems for the likes of Mad Decent's Jeffrees, as well as Main Course and Top Billin, this free track continues in a fast-growing line of top-tier material.