Premiere: WHIPPED CREAM throws punches of potent bass on Deadbeats debut, 'Blood'

An ominous synth pierces the silence, and looping, deep pitched vocal cuts slowly fade into focus, amplifying the eerie high quality of “Blood,” the most recent manufacturing to bear WHIPPED CREAM‘s identify. Lesser referred to as Caroline Cecil, the LA-based producer drops off her first authentic piece in 9 months, and it’s properly well worth the wait. A forceful effort that concentrates repeated sharp synth strikes, “Blood” melds parts of bass and dubstep, making it a logical match for Zeds Deads‘ Deadbeats label. Dark and gritty, “Blood” is a becoming addition to Whipped Cream’s climactic catalog. Speaking on the brand new launch, WHIPPED CREAM instructed Dancing Astronaut,

While the most recent addition to the Prodigy Artists roster had a comparatively quiet 12 months from the studio, “Blood” lands because the precursor to Cecil’s busy touring itinerary slated for the remainder of the 12 months. “I’m actually pleased to begin this subsequent chapter with this tune and end this 12 months off with extra of my new music,” WHIPPED CREAM added. “Blood” comes as 2018 begins to wind down, however for Cecil, clearly issues are simply starting to warmth up.

Premiere: WHIPPED CREAM throws punches of potent bass on Deadbeats debut, 'Blood'