Based out of Austin, Far & Few are a duo that we've kept our eyes on in the past year. Made up of Hunter and Nelson, the duo explore colorful realms of bass music through complex soundscapes and an undeniable vivacity. The electronic duo's sound ranges from trap to dubstep but almost consistently holds onto a sliver of emotion within the tracks. Just over two months ago, Far & Few unveiled the monstrous work "Yerba" featuring Yerba, with thumping bass and gritty textures. Without a doubt, every release from Far & Few have unraveled some sort of elusive enigma to capture the attentions of listeners.
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Today, Far & Few share a heavy banger not to miss, titled "IAINTEVENHIGH" released off Jadū Dala. Beginning with a glimmering ambience, it's quickly interrupted with sharp synths and distorted bass. Jarring percussion and a wonky mosaic of sound create a dark curiosity in the track. An amplified mystery is added once the bass begins to growl upon distant sirens, leading to an explosive and dimensional trap-infused drop. The overall atmosphere of the track brings out an intense and experimental grittiness to apppreciate.