Evian Christ’s typically dark, moody production sounds like it’s been infused with power electronics or industrial on this new track titled “Waterfall.” The massive drops of bass sound fantastic against the really eerie, atmospheric synth leads playing throughout this track. He progressively builds the track into this mountain of low-end mayhem that’s both frightening and cathartic.
Check a review for the compilation he dropped a few years ago below:
Some dark, fiery R&B from this new, collaborative track from Shlohmo & Jeremih. The vocals on this track are emotive, pained, and featured a splash of reverb a la the Weeknd. While I do see some obvious stylistic similarities, this song really separates itself form that with the beat. The distorted bass, trap-style hi-hats, and eerie “clinks” hanging in the background.
I love the way the vocals are so closely mashed together when they’re multi-tracked, layered on top of one another. The whole track just feels so moody, intimate, and enveloping. It’s like a forbidden sexy embrace of some sort.
Enjoy this and hang tight for a forthcoming EP of collaborative tracks from Shlohmo & Jeremih. Here’s to hoping they’re all as great as this one!
While Tennessee rapper Isaiah Rashad proves himself as a capable spitter and lyricist on this project, it’s the storytelling, instrumentals, and choruses that are occasionally lackluster.
19-year-old Liverpudlian emcee Nelson has a new video out for the song “Rhapsody.” The track is taken from his forthcoming Neo Noir EP and features some deep, heavy bars – in both inflection and subject matter – from Nelson, as well as some dank and stylish visuals credited to someone by the initials CM and to Nelson himself. Check it out above!
Neo Noir is due out sometime in April.
It’s hard to believe the three tracks on this Rival Dealer EP are actually Burial tracks, because they bring the UK-based producer’s sound in a such a different direction. We’re not getting moody, skeletal dubstep tunes on this one, people. Get ready for some auto-tuned synth pop with a boatload of atmosphere.
Famed electronic music producer, and underground dubstep titan Burial has just dropped a new EP titled Rival Dealer, which is streamable on the Hyperdub Records YouTube channel. Hear the title track above, and you can hear the two remaining songs here and here. Pick up a copy of this new EP over here. Enjoy!
Recording for Allentown grindcore quartet Orphan Donor’s new EP Empty apparently took place over the course of three years – starting in January 2011, in a barn, and ending in November 2013, in a basement. Clocking in at a seemingly meager 15 minutes, Empty might just be the most rawly affecting extreme music listen you’ll have all year. Check it!
If you dig this, be sure to check out the band’s live (and incredibly murky) self-titled EP here. You can also look forward to the band’s first full-length, which is in the works.
With an elegant piano intro, and adorned with bells and chimes, “With Me,” the new cut from Cashmere Cat’s forthcoming EP Wedding Bells, is the producer’s most gorgeous offering yet. But Cashmere Cat also comes forward with some sparkling electro textures and a few deft drops that make the track incredibly dynamic, attention-grabbing, and danceable as all get-out. Enjoy!
Wedding Bells is due out in January via LuckyMe.
Demented and hellish, the new Soupcans EP does not mess around.