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Addictedtoedm / Maria Rosa Flatt

Any NGHTMRE or SLANDER manufacturing would have clearly been an incredible first observe to introduce their joint label, Gud Vibrations — however as a substitute they’ve enlisted in WAVEDASH to unleash their very own insanity on the imprint. Any bass head will respect what lies forward with “Deathwish” that includes fknsyd.

WAVEDASH have their plan assault all the way down to a science. Balanced someplace between candy, whispery lyrics and large, unrelenting bass is the place this observe finds concord. Most the group’s materials thrives in the same house. But, “Deathwish” nonetheless has a manner sneaking up on the listener and dropping into an insane, sudden rhythm.

WAVEDASH has labored with each NGHTMRE and SLANDER earlier this yr on “Grave” and “Move Back,” making the Texas-based trio an ideal alternative for NGHTMRE and SLANDER’s label’s debut. There’s a lot extra the place this got here from, as WAVEDASH beforehand introduced plans to unleash their full Opening Ceremony EP Gud Vibrations. If “Deathwish” is any indicator, we’re in for it.

As for Gud Vibrations, the only turned event-series turned radio present, and now report label makes a head-turning first impression with this launch. Scratch that, head-banging. We’re all ears for what occurs subsequent.

Wavedash – Deathwish (feat. fknsyd)


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