With first exposure of Spenda C, I was amazed by the producer's eccentricity in his sound. His soundscape is a wondrous dip into sporadic genres and influence, but in the most polished sense. His remix of Midas.Gold's "Work It", is a contemporary rap work but with his electrifying experimental bass twist. His rework of Columbus' "Raindrops" was extremely refreshing, merging fiery pop punk with grimy trap in the best way possible. The producer's style is dimensional as it envelopes itself in a plethora of genres, marking Spenda C as a talented chameleon in the electronic world.
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His latest original "Release" contains a sick excerpt from Cult Shφtta alongside soul-filled vocals. The track embraces punchy drum work, silky details riddling the track and an energetic atmosphere. The buildup leads to a catchy horn synth mixed with a chilled out piano chords and funky vocal cuts. "Release" is a great fusion of pop components with an experimental touch.