Song Premiere: Warden "Prophetic" off of 'Visions' EP

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With the saturation of the independent electronic and dance music scene seeming to have reached a crescendo, it’s often hard to hear and identify unique sounds; fortunately, the multifaceted management team over at #TSGAllMe seems to picking out some of the most interesting and creative voices for us. With their roster including such bands as Italian Nu-Industrial trio Army of the Universe, fast rising, US based Mr. Kristopher, and such previous alumni as Borgore, Steve Aoki, and Datsik, it’s clear that this team has their finger firmly on the pulse of the best and brightest.  One of their younger members, Pacific Northwest native Warden, both obscure and eclectic, is a shining example of their standards and expectations.  Within this unique little world, his voice rises above, and has garnered him releases with such respected labels as, Trapstyle, and Buygore.

Warden’s newest EP, entitled Visions, is exactly the fare one would expect from the diverse young producer.  Opening with a more traditional dancefloor anthem, “Prophetic”--and this is all explosive bass and devastating drops right from the get go--Visions runs the gamut of synthetic sounds, from the discordant synths and hyperactive vocal samples of “Deliverance” to the gut wrenching bass and hip-hop influences in “Feels Good.”  As such, the EP represents sonically what the song titles suggest, making it an excellent taste of the still untapped possibilities of the genre.

Buy  Warden's Visions EP on iTunes

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