Very rarely do I post electro records. It's just not my thing, generally, and I usually stick to the bass music that I'm versed in. That said, Philadelphia's Teknartist just produced a track that's too big to deny. It's a remix of Zedd's "Find You" that relies on vocals and synth work from the original, but the samples are flipped on their axis, and this drops into an absolutely huge record. The body of the song relies on aggressive synths, minimal drums, and a thumping kick, but the transitions are a thing of beauty as well. This is a tutorial on how to take a poppy house record and give it a bold growl. It's available for free download if you hit the purchase link on SoundCloud, and a pivotal tune from a promising producer. We're definitely paying attention to see what his next move is.
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