Posts Tagged ‘Rise Above’

June 14, 2017
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Bonnie X Clyde’s Rise Above is an anthem of strength and vitality, a steadfast and resolute future bass and melodic bass opus that is a testament to this fast rising production and vocalist duo’s talent. The pair, known for creating the term “vocal bass”, have now offered up their own VIP of the track, and it’s a stupendous rendering of the original that amplifies its potency and fortitude. It’s a clout of a sawing, surging remix, as grandly expansive as they come, and it comes just ahead of the pair’s appearance at EDC in Las Vegas. In fact, the track is on a compilation from Insomniac Records for the festival, available here.

October 30, 2015
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There’s no doubt in my mind that producer and vocalist duo BONNIE X CLYDE are partners in crime to watch. They newcomers grabbed hold of my electronic and trap hungry attention this morning with a new edit of RL Grime’s The Hills remix, but I was even more drawn into their sound when I visited recent original Rise Above, a trap and future bass extravaganza with much endearing vocals. EDM festival heads will appreciate the sheer power of the track, while homebodies will love the enchanting properties of the wistful melody. If XYLØ went full on trap, this might be how they’d sound. Download Rise Above for free, here. Then jump into Bonnie X Clyde’s edit of RL Grime’s The Hills below for some bonus trap thrills.