Leackage Part 1 by The Killer Rabbits The Monolith Remix [Electro]
I have always said before how much I like French Electro and once again, there is no disappointment here with the release from @tkillersrabbits of @dgafau Records.
This is four track EP but this version from an American producer of deep funk has stuck out, and I can not stop playing it. And yes, I have double checked and I have spelt ‘Leackage’ correctly according to the artist, it is the artwork creator who receives the ‘#EpicFail’, but I can not blame them though.
This is for me the best track from the EP because of the aggressiveness and the sheer audacity within it. It is thanks to @Monolith4ever who has reproduced the tune in his own flavour. This was a peaktime belter but now it is a peaktime mayhem bringer, and I adore it. You begin to think of sweetness and kindness when the tune first rolls out a couple of bars but then the darkness falls in the form of a big room aura with the resonating distortion of the mids piercing your ears after the delightful keyboard riff puts us into a false sense of bliss. The tune then builds with the kick drum starting to become firmer and then the drop comes down, crashing into the ground and hell has then been opened and demons are then unleashed onto the Earth.
Perhaps a slight over-exaggeration but I would assume you get the jist of where I’m coming from after a listen or two. If you appreciate the work of Cyberpunkers, The Bloody Beetroots, Access Denied or The Boomzers then this may be right up your street.
A massive tune and full of support from those Electro producers who like to dish out some serious chaos and I love it.
‘Leackage Part 1 EP’ by The Killer Rabbits and this is the Monolith Remix< released by Dga Fau Records and it is out now
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