By: Heather Hodder
The new collaborative track “Flexible” by Super Future and eRoy is an eclectic bouncy dark bass soundscape. Mixing reggae, guitar and experimental bass and noise, the sound is driving, heady and unexpected.
With reggae vox, heavy electronic builds, digital drops, and even sounds of video game “boings”—this track is unpredictable from start to finish. The sound is a departure from the shimmering future bass many have come to expect from Super Future, and shows not only an evolution in sound for the producer, but also the ability to take on a wide variety of flavors across the wide bass music spectrum.
Super Future and eRoy are based out of Grand Rapids, Michigan. They are part of the Samsara Family Collective that has become known in the Midwest for their distinct experimental trap sounds and underground events.
eRoy has opened from artists such as EOTO and Freddy Todd and has performed at the inaugural iteration of Up North Music Festival in Michigan. Super Future, the alias of Nick Rowland, has performed alongside artists such as Zeds Dead, Big Gigantic, Deadmau5, Flux Pavilion, and Getter. Rowland’s sound is influenced by many bass, synth and trap producers such as Wave Runner, RL Grime, Troyboi, What So Not, and Vindata.
As the Staff Pick from the The Untz Challenge IX, Super Future will be performing this summer at seven festivals across the country, including The Untz Festival in Mariposa, California, taking place June 1-3. Super Future will also perform at Summer Camp Music Festival, SONIC BLOOM, Electric Forest, 515 Alive, and Imagine Music Festival alongside fellow Michigan winners Psyntimental. This new, dark sound puts Super Future right in line with the rest of the artists on The Untz Festival lineup.
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