by Kyle Taylor |
Sometimes slow and steady truly does win the race. Architekt has been at the bass game for years, and while he’s now gaining serious notoriety, a lot of fans might not initially realize how far back his production career really goes. Regardless of if you’ve been bumping Architekt since 2011 or more recently stumbled upon his grueling noise, one thing’s for sure, and that’s that your eardrums will be fully captivated.
With a massive surge in the amount of bass music- specifically dubstep- producers in the past few years, it is getting more and more difficult to find artists doing their own, original thing. For Michael Pipitone (Architekt), that’s never been a problem, though. The Philadelphia producer has one of the most eclectic sound design libraries, melding gut-wrenching bass against unsettling razor screeches. His newest release, “War Head” comes to us on KJ Sawka‘s (Pendulum, Destroid) new label, Impossible Records, making him the very first artist to be signed to the still blossoming label. The single includes an original mix, featuring Plague the Pit Master, as well as a re-imagining of track in the form of a spastic, drumstep VIP mix.
Architekt – “War Head” (feat. Plague the Pit Master) — Buy on Beatport