Premiere: Toronto Producer Eestbound Drops a New Track, "Television"

The up-and-coming producer is primed for a major year.

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Eestbound is set for a big year. After playing a role in crafting Travi$ Scott's banger "Antidote" last year, the up-and-coming Toronto-based producer is continually pushing the boundaries with his production, and has spent the last few years working closely with Grammy-nominated producer Wondagurl, and recently signed with her, as well. 

Today, he's back back with the debut of his new track, "Television," an experience that takes listeners through different layers of experimental sounds. "This particular beat is proof that legitimate production still exists,"  he told Complex over email. "Too many producers sound the same these days and it is really hard to distinguish the difference between production & programming. The track includes parts of an interview with [Grammy-nominated producer] Yonni where he explains that Timbaland told him that producers 'need some more sounds' and that everything these days is just one dimensional production."

Eestbound says that with "Television" he wanted to show just how multi-dimensional his sound is, "like a 3D form of production." "I have been working on my own sound lately," he says. "I've been way more focused on my own sound rather than placements because sound will help you in the long run." These days, he's working with artists Milly Manson and Pree—as EMP—and have new music coming soon. For now, get a glimpse into the world of Eestbound's production with his latest track, "Television." 

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