By: Anand Harsh
Our Chicago fam tipped us off to Tyler Endicott a while back. Producing and performing as Kromuh, the young phenom has managed to position himself as one of the leading figures in the burgeoning underground bass world of the Second City. With a mixture of future bass, glitch-hop, and live instrumentation, the Kromuh sound is as addictive as it is original.
Today's premiere, "Synchronicity," is a wild blend of subsonic textures that remains chill, while carrying such intensity. We could use Endicott producing hip-hop beats for conscious rappers, just as easily as he's crafted a sublime soundscape with this one. Reminding us a bit of both Mr. Bill and Beat Fatigue at the same time, we're excited to hear the forthcoming EP from Kromuh.
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