As a preview of his upcoming album, NGHTMRE releases the refreshing 4 track EP ‘Unsound’. This is completely charged with heavy and blissful sounds. This time with some incredible collaborators, as a true testament to his versatility. The EP is out now via Gud Vibrations.
Whether due to its collaborations with great exponents of the Bass scene such as Zomboy and Ray Volpe, NGHTMRE is no stranger to the electronic music scene. After a prolific year with various releases and a few dates, he has finally released his latest EP.
Comprising 4 songs, Unsound is yet another display of NGHTMRE’s collaborative power, teaming up with talent from both dubstep and future pop. In addition, for fans, it will be an immersion into the memories of a younger NGHTMRE while for lovers of new releases we will find a balanced and tangible experimentation session.
“I have been working on lots of new music throughout the year and these are some of my favorite collaborations I’ve done!” NGHTMRE said. “I think the EP has a perfect balance of heavy, festival-ready tunes, as well as some easier listening melodic. Everyone who worked on this EP is incredibly talented, and I think deserves more recognition for their work. I hope this EP brings to light some amazing under-appreciated artists who helped write this music.” – NGHTMRE
‘Signal’ with Ray Volpe joins chaotic sound elements with gritty vocals that make this an ideal theme for festivals. ‘Euphoria’ with Rosie Darling, which shows the softer side of NGHTMRE, something unusual but excellent in the production. While ‘Sweetest Things’ has collaborations with artists like RNSOM and Davis, the track presents a very balanced combination of Future Pop and Bass. Finally, comes the most impressive track of the EP ‘Ring the Alarm’ along with the emerging bass producer, Deadlyft. It has very deep synths, frantic vocals, and too heavy drops.
You can listen to NGHTMRE- Unsound below!