Kill The Noise is no rookie; he’s been one of America’s staple electro names since 2008, starting with tracks like Building Blocks which originally hooked me into his raw sound. Since then he’s been experimenting with tons of various genres, from ruthless bass monsters like his remix of Diplodocus by Noisia to delightfully melodic tunes like his Dillon Francis collab Dill The Noise. Now he’s released his highly anticipated Black Magic EP on OWSLA, and the SoCal producer is showcasing his talent like never before.
Already charting at #1 on the iTunes dance chart as well the top of multiple genre charts on Beatport, this fresh helping of his ever-evolving sound lives up to the hype. The EP’s bizarre teaser trailer (below) got us pretty pumped and did an excellent job of establishing its haunted theme. Spooky overtones are especially prevalent in the first track, Black Magic (Kill The Noise Pt.2). The EP next dips into a bit of reggae flavor with Jump Ya Body before getting into some of his trademark complextro with Rockers. Mosh It Up by far stands out the most for how it alternates between slamming 4×4 beats and half-time trap breakdowns.
Kill The Noise definitely made the right choice when he teamed up with Feed Me for some sound-shredding moombahton called Thumbs Up, that throws in a bit of funk as it slams down hard in the paint. Revealing a bit of his gentler side as well, his collab Saturn with Brillz and Minxx goes wild on the drops but shines the most during its trancey vocal breakdown. With an instrumental closer named To Be Continued at the end, we can be rest assured that Kill The Noise has more insane productions in the works. Be sure to pick it up from Beatport today!