If you've been following KRNE like we have, it'll come as no surprise to you that his latest single, "Chariots," is on fire. If I didn't know any better, I'd say he might not even be human. The guy is one of the most prolific producers in the game at the moment and while most might lose some quality in order to put out the quantity of music that KRNE does, the quality of each one of his tracks is often considered some of the best in the future bass scene.
"Chariots" starts off nice and easy with a chill atmosphere and arpeggiated synth, much like the theme song from the 1980s film "Chariots of Fire" (hence the name). The song breaks and introduces a muffled kick with some airy chords, which lead us into the first drop. At this point, its unmistakably a KRNE masterpiece. The luscious lead synth, a signature sound of his, takes us away for a while before bringing us back with a brief interlude, another quick build, and then it's onto the second drop. This is where the song really shines.
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