Blosso affords introspective solos and progressive collaborations on his cross-genre debut album on Welcome Information, Chameleon.
Following The Backyard EP and the discharge of a number of profitable singles, Seoul-based DJ and producer Blosso is gaining some severe traction in 2022. Blosso’s energetic consideration to element and savvy, glossy professionalism have provided persistently dynamic tracks, enriching a number of collaborations and labels on his journey towards his largest physique of labor thus far.
Now, Blosso has reworked (a number of instances over) with the discharge of a wide-ranging, 15-track stunner: Chameleon, on Welcome Records. Raves, emocore, anime, sci-fi, bass… these are just some of the locations from which Blosso drew inspiration to offer listeners a brazen view of his depth.
Blosso was allowed inventive freedom to push boundaries for his debut and did so brilliantly. Every observe has its personal distinctive model as he crosses genres; the album may have simply entered a realm of disarray. The truth is, Blosso’s cautious consideration of observe placement swiftly silences the age-old query as as to if his respective genres, starting from dubstep to psytrance, can coexist.
“Grasp of Mayhem,” which options BVLVNCE, makes for a dramatic entrance and affords some hard-hitting beats, drops, screamo vocals, and guitar riffs. The album’s title observe, “Chameleon,” lives as much as its identify and delivers a flawless transition between the more durable intro and the next membership banger. “Falling For You,” sums up the carefree PLUR vibes of dancing at the hours of darkness as YDG enters into the combo together with some bubbly lyrics.
Extra experimental in nature, the middle of the album weaves a number of noteworthy genres. “Entropy” that includes Becko locations emo angst towards dense bass, whereas “Underground” and “Unbalance” each study quite a few dance kinds. Enthusiasm and respect for his collaborators’ imaginative and prescient are additionally commendable as Blosso continues to push boundaries within the second half of the album with the likes of David Vance, TYPHON, and Nytrix.
A rhythmic, trance-like state in “Irreplaceable” is extremely combatted by the metallic style of “Internal Violence.” “Dimensions” then spans a number of dimensions, remaining uptempo whereas concurrently permitting listeners to return again down from “Internal Violence” at their very own tempo. Blosso and Nytrix breathe recent life into boisterous and melodic dubstep drops on “Increased Than Heaven,” which closes the album.
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Blosso – Chameleon – Tracklist:
- Grasp of Mayhem – feat. BVLVNCE
- Chameleon – with Limbo Slice
- Falling for You – with YDG
- Entropy – feat. Becko
- The Means it Goes – with DOIL feat. Micah Martin
- Wannabe – feat. David Vance
- Internal Violence
- We Are Alive – feat. Becko
- Anti Dub
- Incinerate – with TYPHON
- Increased Than Heaven – with Nytrix
- Can We Do Higher (Pre-Save Unique)
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