Konec – Futures [REVIEW]

Out now on Firepower Records, Konec‘s new album is a feat of bass-heavy flexing on top of a grimey, unapologetic foundation. With features from Anna Yvette and xKore, Futures covers the many flavors of dubstep at various bpms, ranging from chillstep all the way to drumstep. The various levels of rage that this composer constructs are unimaginable as these drum lines and sub bass phrases hammer you into next week and quite possibly a few subsequent weeks thereafter. The title track “Futures” sets the bar high by combining both trap elements with the high levels of energy that comes default with a drumstep banger. The synth work is engaging, grabbing our attention right from the start. “Kill City” is a trapstep heater that impresses by utilizing unique sounds and sine waves to produce a level of filth that breathes life into the current realm of bass heavy music. “The Void Ft. Anna Yvette” will calm even the worst of you monsters (as we’ve alluded to before), and “Rail Gun Ft. xKore” mirrors the demonic pranking from the worst kind of Halloween, where all the candy is covered in a wobble, ear-assaulting shell. Yum? Yes, but the complexity and layers of sound truly destroy the broad scope of “here and now.” Grab your copy of Futures today, as Konec demonstrates to you and the world that this outlandish idea of “the movement is over” is far from true, and dubstep is very much still alive and kicking. The best is yet to come…, and part of “the best” is available now. <3 [soundcloud url="" params="auto_play=false&show_artwork=false&color=2cae3e" width="100%" height="450" iframe="true" /] LIKE / FOLLOW Konec

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