MUST DIE! performs by his personal guidelines and it’s a sport each music lover ought to need to expertise. Whereas the artist first made a reputation for himself as a distinguished participant within the bass world, his music and vary as a producer has morphed into one thing that falls nicely exterior the bounds of anyone style. Take for instance his dwell units, most of the songs border on 160 BPM with a complete lot of techno and different unusual and great sounds invading the house. We noticed this pattern in MUST DIE’S recordings for a while now together with his most up-to-date album, CRISIS VISION, launched final 12 months, exploring the outer realms of the digital music world.
Coming off of two main collaborations with Eptic and Zomboy for his or her respective tasks, the following cease within the MUST DIE! journey is his new single ‘GRAVEBLOOM.’ The monitor was impressed by the golden period of UK rave and traditional artists akin to The Prodigy, Atari Teenage Riot, and Squarepusher. It’s notable for combining an 80’s impressed synth line with crackling percussion and jagged breakbeats.
“’GRAVEBLOOM’ is one thing I’ve at all times wished to do, thematically. I really like a whole lot of music that breaks formulation and surprises the listener with out feeling like a novelty, or counting on the “gotcha” to promote itself. I actually wished the stress to construct and launch naturally, so I didn’t power it,” MUST DIE! says.