It's unarguable fact that the Vancouver electronic scene is on fire these days. With hot releases popping up from left to right from artists including Young Bombs, Ekali, Felix Cartal and Sleepy Tom and more, the scene is flourishing in terms of talent and community. The West Coast city is on the rise as the hub for an array of eclectic electronic music, as the home to prominent labels such as Monstercat and renown festivals including Shambala. With the mountains, ocean and city all in one, what better place to make music and call home.
FURY are an upcoming duo made up of Joachim & Stuart. The electronic duo have several originals and remixes under their belt and possess as hard-hitting sound dabbling in lustrous future bass to dirty trap. What seals their sound as recognizable is the uncontainable energy and sonic complexities found within the music. "Robot Sex" is exactly as the title sounds. The track stands out as a jumble of technological glitch over trappy breakdowns, depicting an growling ferocity. Their remix of Mako's "Way Back Home" is a delectable future work with tactful vocals chops and bright leads.
In the duo's latest release "Fade Away" via Trap Nation, they find the perfect balance of sweet and melodic and numbingly electrifying. FURY mixes solemn piano inserts with Tallyn's poignant vocals, highlighting a climatic gradient. Eventually as the percussion picks up, the track's atmosphere takes on a full turn with fat electro-infused synth work. Just when you thought the drop could not go harder, the second tid-bit of the track concludes with dwindling vocal slips and impeding bass. With this grasp of blending unstoppable vivacities and downtempo vocals, FURY sets themselves apart as a group creating bangers with an emotional backdrop.