MEMBA, the New York City electronic duo, boasts a library of colorful sounds not abiding to one specific style in music. Their versatility brings them forward as an exciting artist to watch, especially with bangers that carefully consider minute details which make a track unique. MEMBA has recently unveiled a well received rendition of Pluto and Ye's' "Feel the Fire". Otherwise, the production duo have an impressive slew of originals.
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In their latest "Warrior", they bring it back a couple centuries in a clashing of future trap sounds with primal beats. Beginning with a sharp clap and deep hollow melody, the track builds up it's layers to create something grand. Tribal chants and a low and wallowing bass adds deep grit to "Warrior" bringing out an animalistic side to listeners. The duo showcase a unique take of tribal trap in this work, delivering an unexpectedly mellowed nature to a work with heavy primitive qualities.