Posts Tagged ‘wavy electro’

September 3, 2016
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Khamsin’s Once is at once a delightful surprise. It opens up mellow and ethereal, serene and halcyon, but it soon picks up some major sass and intensive spunk as wavy electro trap kicks in heavy and resolute. The French producer links up with Chicago’s Layna on the track, who we’ve previously melted to on Kultur’s Keep Me. Khamsin offers up a poetic description of Once: “The calm after the chaos. The end of the journey. Love is no more, we are back to the initial point.”  This beauty of a future bass and chill trap song is the second single from Khamsin’s forthcoming debut EP, Leaving. Snag the track from various outlets, here.

August 31, 2016
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I’m sure by now many of you electronic heads have heard the sad news about Big Makk’s passing in a tragic accident. The beloved producer and DJ from Orlando was on the rise on Mad Decent, having worked with both Bassnectar and Mr. Carmack in the past. And by all industry accounts, he was a good man, too. As people pour out their tributes in remembrance of Big Makk, some musical odes are surfacing as well. Big Makk’s close friend and California producer Ookay serves up a moving, heart felt trap number named Back Again. Though airy effervescent, Back Again’s sorrow is absolute. RIP, Big Makk.