From their short time on this planet, ATLiens have become synonymous with sinister, incongruous soundscapes that serve as glimpses into their enigmatic psyche. Their newest drop to Earth is “IMMA”, produced in collaboration with Badrapper; a steady, throbbing journey through wobbling basslines and mechanical synths. The general Halloween-esque feel of “IMMA” is exacerbated by some creepy sound sampling, such a hysterical laughter at one point in the track. ATLiens have recruited Badrapper for a collaboration on the track, a sign that their infiltration of our planet and music industry has reached its next level. ATLiens are fresh from their debut “The Invasion” North America tour, where they took over iconic venues such as Avalon Hollywood, Sterolive in Houston, and Sound Bar in Chicago, including some sold-out dates. All of these signs point to ATLiens’ increasing presence on our planet, and begs the existential question…what do they want from us? Stay tuned to find out the next piece of the puzzle from these silver-masked mysteries.
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We may not know what their purpose on Earth is, but we do know that ATLiens have been gradually infiltrating the minds of electronic music fans since their initial releases; they first struck out with the hard-hitting “Watch Out,” featuring the Ragga Twins, and “Malfunction” with TYNAN. ATLiens then hit Earth with their six-track EP “Invasion,” full of bass-heavy, robotic tracks that caught the attention of humans around the globe. Pair their 26-city tour with collaborations from Bassnectar, Quix, and their single “Interstellar” breaking radio, ATLiens have been growing stronger at an exponential rate. They’re becoming even more fearless with every coming release, including “Exile” and now “IMMA,” which leads us to believe that there will be more sightings of these extraterrestrials very soon. Stay tuned for more signals from ATLiens very soon.
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Sin Terry Blends Punk Vibes With Trap In New Single “Left Her On Dead”
“Left Her On Dead” by Sin Terry gives off Emo energy in a very peculiar way. At only 26 years old, the LA-based artist has developed his own sound, which blends elements of Punk and Trap music. With a sparkling captivating flow, lyrics revolve around a painful breakup. No one can deny the fact it is one of the most difficult situations to overcome in life. Therefore, he delves deeply into this disintegration of love through confessional feelings and signs of regret as the song continues to unfold. Watch the new visuals right here.
Whoever believes his creativity exudes from his pores, is undoubtedly correct. Sin Terry grew up listening to Punk Rock, Post-Hardcore and Metalcore. One way or another, these genres influenced the tracks he writes today. Nevertheless, the latest music trends are also important when it comes to producing new stuff that will keep everybody craving for more. Among his top hits are “Keep Me Lighter,” and “Anthems & Angels.”
Might be a good idea to follow him on his socials as he plans to drop more original gems this year. Stay tuned!
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LISTEN NOW: Kilo House’s Trap EP ‘Ruthle$$’ Is Full Of Electrifying Beats
In case you’re not convinced by the recent releases out there, Kilo House provides listeners a jaw-dropping Trap EP called ‘Ruthle$$‘ that will change your mind. Certainly, its title says it all. First of all, you can expect electrifying beats, plus a good dose of booming Bass. If you take the time to thoroughly stream this EP, it’s interesting to note incredible samples from classic movies he creatively applies to it. Furthermore, he keeps the hype going as all of these 4 tracks share in common a dynamic sonic structure. Press play down here.
In addition, get ready to blow out your speakers with two euphoric collaborative tunes. At this point, the LA-based producer joined forces with Tae Hero. As a result, here Rap triumphs due to the confident flow and delivery. Of course, I’m talking about “The Hopefuls” and “Sacrifice,” these two jams gives you a new perspective about the style of Kilo House like never before. Together, they offer a high-energy party atmosphere, an ideal opportunity to celebrate once the COVID pandemic finally ends…
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Christmas Trap Music That Will Rock Your Speakers, “Kilo All The Bells”
Are you tired of playing “Jingle Bells” during the holidays? Then, you must try Christmas Trap music. A few years ago, Kilo House dropped “Kilo All The Bells,“ showcasing his eerie, dark sounds in tandem with a good dose of Bass. Certainly, it’s different from what you’re used to listening to. Indeed, it’ll rock your speakers and probably wake up the neighbors as well, lol. 🤣
Inspired by John Carpenter’s soundtracks, he tries to emulate suffocating beats that evoke tension on the fly. The f*cking Christmas’ vocal samples are the icing on the cake to represent the fun nature of his work. Moreover, the emerging music producer from Los Angeles, California, goes into arpeggiated synthesizer lines + mysterious SFX in a continuous loop.
Kilo House delivers exceptional results as well as racking up thousands of streams via Spotify. Right at this time, he’s planning to release a fresh Dubstep track in collaboration with his colleague, the New Zealander Logan Ellis aka Lust1nfyr3. Watch this space for upcoming announcements.
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