Story by: Kevin Sanders
Photo by: Sam Silkworth (Silky Shots)
While the low frequency wobbles may still reside in the low visibility range of the electronic scene, there are still a plethora of highly talented artists aiming to be the next big thing with deep hertz. And with every subsequent release and live set, kLL sMTH further solidifies his case as the heir apparent to the throne. “dupafly” is his most recent piece of evidence, and it is definitely a strong one.
Sticking with his signature take on the sub genre of bass music, the track starts off almost lackadaisical in its intentions, but once the bass hits these presumptions fly away. With plenty of minimalistic wubs and the perfect organized cacophony of synth layers thrown in, Kristoffer Edland continues to prove that he deserves to be exactly where he is headed in the industry, with a long career ahead of him.
Catch him on tour this spring, as well as this June at The Untz Festival for one of many great performances that weekend.
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