Reaper Burst Onto The Scene Dropping Fire

I stumbled upon a dnb remix of Pendulum’s Granite by a newcomer Reaper. I completely love that folks can seemingly come from skinny air and produce such high quality music. Artists reminiscent of 1788-L, SWARM, i_o, all have burst on the scene dropping straight hearth; You can add Reaper to that checklist. With underneath 1k followers and three tracks listed on his Soundcloud, the oldest being simply over two weeks outdated, Reaper has made fairly a splash.

Not since I first heard Joe Ford have I been this totally impressed by a drum and bass producer. The mixture of Neuro/Glitch/Half Time/Dub is correct in my wheelhouse in relation to DnB. The three remixes listed by Reaper are of Pendulum, Snails, and Bassnectar. It takes greater than guts to come back onto the scene remixing artists which have such cult followings. Not solely do all three remixes do justice to the originals, Reaper crushed them. Hearing what the Reaper has completed with these songs has me salivating for an authentic monitor. You could be certain I’ll preserve an ear on what this man is as much as. This is subsequent degree expertise and I get the impression he’s going to be an all too acquainted title so I like to recommend you don’t concern the Reaper.

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