'Water Elemental' brings the duo together through brilliant melodies and watery bass.
Color bass visionary Chime and rising Disciple star, Sharks, just teamed up on a gem of a track called Water Elemental. The track is an experience, sweeping one up in a cacophony of sound, showcasing water's electronic form.
Following his part in the 44-artist Rushdown Records mega collab remix of We Don't Play- which came in as a runner up in Disciple's Second Biggest Remix Competition of all time, Chime continues to flex his talents this year.
Filled with an eruption of bass, futuristic synth work, and flowing melodies, Water Elemental provides a vision of water taking a defined form, in a majestic fashion.
Chime, based in Leeds, England, has been producing since 2010 under numerous aliases. Having started his own label Rushdown, he has released on countless other imprints including Circus, Subsidia, and Ophelia. His set at Lost Lands moved us, and he continues to flex his mission of delivering exclusively meaningful elements with each track he produces.
"Water Elemental acts as a celebration of the liquid sound design we’ve both been developing recently, which culminates into the most watery dubstep tune you’ll ever hear!" -Chime
Sharks released an EP on Rushdown several years ago, and Chime said that "it’s been a joy to hear him really come into his own with his unique signature sound.". Water Elemental showcases elements from both producers, packaged into a deep-diving five-track EP.
Water Elemental can be streamed on all platforms on Friday, Nov 26, 2021.
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