Madeaux has been keeping himself busy lately, working on an extensive new LP. Little is known about this creative producer, all his audience has come to expect is an aura of the sound he has built around his name. Yet, this new album has myself questioning if I could specifically pinpoint what genre of music Madeaux makes best. With every new track, a new side of himself is exposed. Today EARMILK has the chance to premiere the first very song from Madeaux's upcoming album, Love The Machine.
"Epinephrine" starts slow and sensual, it's almost as if Gallant brings out a inner R&B tone on the track. Before long a light beat kicks in that moves ever so slightly with Gallant's lyrics. Using a break in rhythm, Madeaux springs a serious structure right into the track that has a moving footwork percussion. When the song finally cracks, it opens up into a malicious tempo that sounds somewhat experimental. The track is overtly tense and meant to keep listeners on edge for what is to come next on Love The Machine.
You can expect a big outcome from Madeaux's upcoming LP. He manages to mix electro with an interesting mix of timbres and unique vocals from multiple artists. Making such a complex assortment of music is no easy task, but this online native seems to be thriving. "Epinephrine" is the official pretext to a much larger work that will certainly leave its impact this year.
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