2016-07-28T10:15:08+00:00 2016-07-28T05:43:49+00:00

Far & Few ring out heavy track "Lightcycles" with TSK

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The last we heard from Austin-based duo Far & Few was a shimmering remix of TRACES "Heavy Shoulders". It was a sensational rework, electronically spicing up the original and shining a new light on it's poignance. The duo made up of Nelson and Hunter have crafted some innovative pieces in the past. Whether it's a future bass sound or grimy trap banger, the production duo show no boundaries when it comes to creating high energy works. With recent support from YouTube channel MrSuicideSheep and support from big names like Alison Wonderland, the electronic pairing have a promising future in the scene. 

In comparison to Far & Few's last release, their latest takes on a more grimacing approach. The team pair up with bass mogul TSK, who has released exhilarating tracks that explore the slimiest of sounds. Their collaboration "Lightcycles" brings in the best of both talents, ironically sinking the tune in an appropriate amount of filth and sleekness. The intro begins with an enticing melody built upon an epic undertone. Eventually as the sounds sandwich upon one another, a complex formula is to be unravelled. With a wallowing bass and some almost alien-like synths, the track is a remnant from an undiscovered world. Making optimal use of sonic space, "Lightcycles" is a audible adventure that strings listeners through a jolt of rawness.

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