Atlanta has been identified to churn out some heavy-hitting producers once in a while. OkayJake is the subsequent title you’re going to need to begin listening to should you haven’t already. Previously often known as Kick, the Atlanta product has shifted his model and sound as of this yr and is already making his presence identified with some completely relentless productions. This weekend, he’s making his TSIS debut along with his self-released debut EP, Metallic Flower.
OkayJake makes fairly the assertion on his debut mission and wastes no time boasting his large manufacturing prowess. The 5-track EP shows a variety of dynamic sounds starting from distortive bass, dubstep, entice, and UK rave and is a testomony to the rising wave of experimental bass producers throughout the globe. Drawing on influences from business giants like Ivy Lab and VCTRE, OkayJake has already firmly established himself forward of the pack.
Right here’s what OkayJake needed to say in regards to the mission:
“For this EP, I simply wished to indicate how dynamic bass music may get. Not one of the tracks is just too near the final one however the entire tracks are shut sufficient for it to make sense in its entirety. I felt like I may actually present what I can do and the place I may go. I wished to push my boundaries and step exterior the consolation zone on this EP.”
Stream the EP beneath and revel in!