At last! The King of self-invented Acid Crunk, a bass music hybrid style of trap, glitch and other influences, has released more music. An-Ten-Nae unveils the first single off his long awaited debut album (due for release in April 2013) and it is a unique blend of voice driven melody and bass infused on-the-floor heat. Raindrops On Roses is just a foreshadowing of what is to come from the well-established An-Ten-Nae, who also functions in his own live band Lowriderz.
The EP features two stand alone remixes of the title track. The first being a flip by An-Ten-Nae himself, who takes the cinematic original and morphs it into a deep acid crunk journey. Ooah, of The Glitch Mob and PANTyRAiD fame does his own version as well, adding an organic melody and bleeps and bloops that leave this one lying somewhere in between an underwater rave and a dark warehouse in the middle of a forest.
The B-side ain’t too shabby either. An-Ten-Nae works in a 130bpm acid tinged monster that sees him jump into the realm of techno with his own bass twist. As always, the production on these tracks is top notch, proving that An-Ten-Nae is at or near the top of the West Coast bass scene.
Listen to the EP below and watch a trippy music video for the title track.
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