I found something good for your Halloween playlist! Definitely, DEMUR‘s “Tell Me Your Secrets” is a spooky bass song that deserves to be played during this year’s celebration. Yesterday, the LA producer shared on Facebook a clip to accompany the new single. Uniquely, it features memorable iconic horror film scenes that go well with the track’s sinister vibe. Watch the visuals below.
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On the other hand, what I like about this artist is his advocacy for anti-ghost producers. I can’t assure you if DEMUR forms part of a contemporary anarchist movement, however, electronic music is clearly his voice of protest. In like manner, graphics of his artworks and logo are based on the Soviet-inspired propaganda, which looks visually appealing.
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It’s Time To Unwind! Try Watching Maddhatr And Skyr0’s Sexy Music Video
Enjoy a musical treat from up-and-coming producers Maddhatr and Skyr0. Dreamy soundscapes hit the mark, as well as the sexy visuals for their recent collaboration “in here but not of here.”
With an ethereal approach, this bizarre and experimental production feels quite authentic. Not to mention, the abilities behind the imaginative narrative that gives life to something which resembles a short film.
As a matter of fact, these independent artists based in Toronto, Canada, tell the story of a pair meeting online during the pandemic and escaping societal norms.
In a nutshell, both talents deliver a remarkable tale that evokes escapism and feelings of freedom. Moreover, the track is accompanied by good rhymes and a super chilled-out sound design.
Therefore, when it’s time to unwind after a long day of work, I believe this is the right gem to be played on repeat. And if comparisons are helpful, I would dare to say they have points of similarity with Crystal Castles, Sorrow, and Charlesthefirst.
Currently, Maddhatr and Skyr0 are joining forces once again on the theme song for an online teen series called “Neon.”
Future aspirations include creating their own psychedelic music festival across the forests of Northern Ontario. So, there are enough reasons to keep an eye on them.
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Watch Julian Collet Perform True Electronic Music From The ‘Part II’ EP
Julian Collet never disappoints when it’s time to perform. If you appreciate true electronic music, then you must watch his stunning live session where he showcases cutting-edge melodies from the ‘Part II’ EP.
Filmed at a printing plant, such a hyper-polished production features a total of 4 tracks brought together by his transparent custom-made MIDI controller and analog synths. All of this translates into a groundbreaking project intended to be memorable.
Here the introspective and raw style takes you deep into House, Techno, and Electronica soundscapes.
Put another way, you can travel to places of sonic delight without going out of your home. Isn’t that amazing?
Likewise, the ‘Part II’ EP features atmospheric vocals of krøll through a great opener titled “Give Me Something.” Subsequently, dynamic flows + transitions seem to come from an unknown dimension.
On the other hand, the German artist adds a personal touch to the rest of the compositions with his own singing, while the sublimely crafted electronic beats serve as background for his soul’s confessions.
There is no doubt why Julian Collet has been given the seal of approval from tastemakers across the board. Stay tuned for more updates below.
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REAPER’s Debut Drum And Bass Album ‘DISRUPTOR’ Has Finally Arrived
While Drum and Bass has been a flourishing space in dance music culture for decades, no one has succeeded in breaking it out of its box. REAPER is poised to do all that and much more with the release of his debut album ‘DISRUPTOR,‘ Out now via Bassrush Records.
Many electronic music genres come and go. Drum and bass, a child of the UK that now stretches out worldwide, is the exception to the rule. With no lack of creativity or work ethic among its DJs and producers, and a fanatical fan base, all the scene may have been missing is an artist who can take the scene mainstream. Enter the mysterious, but driven American-born producer REAPER. Building on his success, which has seen over 30 million streams and furious live sets across North America, Reaper is answering drum and bass’ call to conquer and grow.
In exciting news, the ultra-aggressive producer announced a May 6th release of his first full album “Disruptor”, intended to bring drum and bass to the masses with absolutely no remorse. “Disruptor” is stepping into the fray via Insomniac’s Bassrush Records to high enthusiasm and expectations.
“I wrote DISRUPTOR about the distinctions and attributes that I’m striving to establish as REAPER. I want to be remembered as a force that eternalized the drum and bass movement. The songs and stories I’m sharing are intended to create an unstoppable movement to bring people together.
While writing the album, I continuously referred to the idea of Newton’s Law, that an object in motion will stay in motion unless disrupted. DISRUPTOR is designed to create a new wave, a new motion, and initiate acceleration. I am the DISRUPTOR.
The concept was to become a monument that interfered with anyone who doubted or wanted to gatekeep drum and bass. I want to share with the world how to love dnb more simply because I love it so much myself. This record is a testament to new fans that I’ve committed to coaching how to expand their love for drum and bass. I want to show listeners a selection of drum and bass that feels fresh yet familiar so they can love the genre more.
GUN FINGERS TO THE SKY, DNB ‘TIL I DIE.” — REAPER
The new album follows up REAPER’s critically acclaimed EPs “RAPTURE,” “RENEGADE,” and “MILITIA”. These releases served to open doors for REAPER, with the star now being co-signed and endorsed by some of Drum and Bass’ most respected names, like Pendulum, Netsky, Sub Focus, and Dimension; as well as EDM industry leaders like Illenium, Excision, Zeds Dead, RL Grime, and Kayzo. Expect the new release, his first studio album, to be quickly followed up with as many live sets as possible, as REAPER only continues to build momentum.