Amsterdam-based musician VNTM presents ‘Fractual’, a track that offers a complete journey to the darkest side of techno. The track is a great showcase of his discography and live presentations with his own material.
‘Fractual’ is a blend between modern day techno and contemporary progressive melodies. The song uses haunting chords, mysterious strings, and dark basslines to bring listeners on a journey through his mind. It also aims to visualize an unique storyline throughout the track.
In the midst of the many brighter productions that we are used to, a little darkness doesn’t hurt. And that is precisely the word that defines this track. Although it exhibits a calm essence, we can later notice the dark notes that accompany it.
A recent study claimed that techno is the least effective genre for reducing anxiety and at least with this track, it is probably correct. You feel a sense that someone is watching you behind you. Although it is not a bad song by any means, there are people who love to be in the middle of a dark environment. Sometimes in those places, you find the light that allows you to move on.
VNTM is one of the projects you have to keep an eye on. He’s performed internationally at Afterlife (Tomorrowland & Printworks), Awakenings, Blackbox Festival Colombia, Goa, Mystic Garden, Straf_werk, Warehouse Elementenstraat alongside Tale of Us, Adriatique, Maceo Plex, Adam Beyer, Mind Against, Hunter/Game, Woo York, Stephan Bodzin and Sasha & Digweed.
He has support from big names like Tale Of Us, Adam Beyer, Adriatique, Kevin de Vries, Karotte, Nicole Moudaber, Joris Voorn and Sam Paganini. You will have an amazing experience with his works and performances if you can see him at a future event.
You can listen to VNTM ‘Fractual’ below!