Belgium born and currently residing in Montreal, Apashe has dropped The Good, The Bad & The Fake EP on Kannibalen Records. Featuring an eclectic blend of Mozart's Requiem project, Apashe gives a taste of the best of both worlds while providing listeners with informative news.
"Good News" marches in with an eerie percussion line-up that's panned far out and distorted brass stabs. The trap-like drop features grungy basses, wavy future bass synths, and a kick that's larger than life. A heavily gated choir sprinkled throughout nods to the classical side of the track. "Bad News" comes second, as some prefer anyways, with neuro D&B synths and a drumstep groove that stomps back into the good news. Lastly, Apashe finishes up the EP with the much used "Fake News," which features Grandbuda. "Fake News" hovers around a melody that is reminiscent of Malaa's "Bling Bling." With a sinister combination of samples and instruments throughout, "Fake News" can definitely be misinterpreted if you don't pay close attention to the details.