My Crystal Method/LMFAO remix came out this month and it’s also featured in the new movie Skyline. Kinda looks like Independence Day 2010 but more hostile, and less Will Smith-y. I haven’t seen the movie yet but I’ll post an edit with the approximate location of the track once I’ve seen it so you can keep a heads up for it.
Out now on all digital stores:
This is a new collaboration between myself and Russian D&B producer BrightLights. His track came through the Propa Talent stables a few months ago and I added lyrics and vocals for the Metasyn version. Haven’t had this much fun singing in a long time, this one fell together almost instantly. Don’t miss the Frankie Bass Remix on the package as well… super shredder… enjoy.
High Quality Full-Length here:
The original 100bpm tempo wasn’t working for the Metasyn vibe so we ended up ramping it up to a sturdy 174 for some DnB love. Look out for the remix sometime this summer. Click below for a sampling:
Just got the Metasyn video back from the director, couldn’t be more pleased with how it came out. Have a look:
Back To Life, the first track from my new electronic rock project comes out today. Metasyn is a fusing of stated electronic genres [Electronica, Drum&Bass, Breakbeat, etc…] pulled together into a live performance group. Early rehearsals have been stellar and you’ll be able to grab a taste of whats to come in the video we’re shooting with Chris Laughter @ Enjoy Human. Have a listen and if you’re in the mood to pick up a copy for yourself you can do so here:
Next Up: Metasyn. Metasyn is a collaboration between the Rapstress and myself in an effort to create a live electronic act that will be just as gripping to watch live as it is to listen to on disc. It will be influenced by Drum & Bass, Rock, Classic synths and the breakbeats they inspire. First track is shaping up wikkidly, more to come.
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