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Los Angeles (July 3rd, 2017) – Firepower Records will release Hugeative’s Role Model EP, and there’s good reason to believe this will be the EP that is played and replayed on festival year after year. His last EP with Firepower, Crime Season, went large, and this time around, Hugeative brings a fine-tuned production edge and whole arsenal of heat.
Up first is “Antihero”, and this bass music hybrid surges and seethes through multiple synth patterns, scorching listeners with laser sharp stabs. The track marches into a sinister melody and then builds into a filthy, mind-numbing drop.
“Siren City” continues to experiment with a hybrid beat structure that toggles from heavy dubstep to the frenetic 808’s of trapstyle, to a more Hip Hop centric head-nodic rhythm. The result is a tune that sounds great blasting through headphones or pumped through 100k watts of festival sound. You get the sense of a city in chaos, sirens blaring, awaiting the inevitable escape to the bunkers.
With “Kuro”, Hugeative teams up with bass music bombardier Black Math for a nasty journey through the more global sounds of bass music bad-assery. The beat structure marches on, destroying whatever sanity you’ve left lying around, but the synth construction over the top penetrates your brain case and automates the central nervous system into uncontrollable head-banging.
Lastly, Zetta brings their otherworldly synth engineering prowess to the “Shibuya”, and the duo’s presence is felt with their signature low growls and relentless pacing. Hugeative and Zetta work perfectly together, and the track displays a symbiotic bliss that translates into a face-melter of a tune.
The tracklisting for Role Model is:
1. Hugeative – “Antihero”
2. Hugeative – “Siren City”
3. Hugeative & Black Math – “Kuro”
4. Hugeative & Zetta – “Shibuya”
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