2016-05-23T11:07:54-04:00 2016-05-23T09:52:03-04:00

"Black Diamond" by NuAlias runs deep and heavy

Coming straight out of the "6", there's plenty to love beyond household names Drake and the Weekend. Toronto's electronic scene is peaking with classic acts including Keys N KratesZeds Dead and deadmau5 setting the production level high. These key artists hailing from Toronto truly set a foundation to the scene as they deliver a multifaceted range of sounds for a large audience of electronic music junkies.

Describing their eccentricity as "NuGarageFunkWave", electronic producer duo NuAlias comprehends this importance in elasticity when it comes to the notion of classifying a sound through genres. Their last release via Audiophile Live "Nox" was an impactful jumble of bass blanketed over a jarringly decelerating tempo. Taking inspiration from bass house, breaks, electro and more, their latest "Black Diamond" begins with plucky synths and a steadily climbing beat. The echoey nature of the track brings through a unique cryptic atmosphere, citing growing tensions within the track. As the growling bass-line begins to peak through the clicking percussions, the wallowing drop induces listeners into a hypnotic state suitable for nocturnal dance-floor frequents. With this release the duo do not disappoint and follow through in terms of production quality as well as twisting genres through their creative tendencies. 

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Bass · Dance · Electro · Electronic


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