Both Pluto and ye. are names in the electronic scene with a growing following. Pluto has a heavy bass sound found in his remixes of the Chainsmokers and Opia. Even considering his original works like "Wet" and "Genesis", the producer develops a cinematic style in his masterful comprehension of sound design. The artist takes on varying emotional components to his work, whether the vibes are more cryptic and trappy or vivacious in future bass synths. Producer ye. has been releasing some fire as well, just over a week ago he released the silky work "Stranded", alongside Opvs. Blending sweet and quirky sounds, ye.'s production tactics only seem to grow more and more captivating.
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Just two months ago, the two unveiled their work "Breathe". This time around, they've renamed the track "Feel the Fire" and added in some killer vocals. The silky vocal work definitely contributes to the original's bellowing bass. It gives the track the perfect amount of pop characteristic over innovative electronic constructions. The best part of the work is just when you think the song is over, it speeds up into a wavy time warp embellished in clicky synths.