As Friedrich Nietzsche said, “To live is to suffer, to survive is to find some meaning in the suffering.”
Two Toronto-based producers came together to make one of the heaviest tracks we have heard this year. Luckily for you, we have it for you to enjoy a little bit early.
TOXIC and CPARK's latest song, SUFFER, releases everywhere on Wednesday, March 29 and symbolizes the suffering and hardships humans must endure in life. It's comprised of heavy dubstep and dark techno - a combo that's become more popular in recent bass music releases.
TOXIC and CPARK wrote this song back in August 2022 for their first back-to-back playing for Virtual Riot — it combines the energy of TOXIC's punchy basses with CPARK's dark, haunting sounds.
They said they have a vision of impacting the community and inspiring others to overcome their obstacles and chase after their dreams.
"Both of our journeys as artists (and as humans) were born out of suffering, which is why we were able to align our creative visions seamlessly for this track," CPARK said. "The first drop is energetic and heavy - as any well-fought battle would be - and eventually transitions into a techno drop that represents the dark aftermath of suffering. We both love dark techno, and have even started a separate alias (AYNNAH-INO) for it."
CPARK is an up and coming bass producer and DJ from Toronto, Canada with a dark and powerful sound that’s meant to make your heart race and take you on a vivid journey. TOXIC is a booming dubstep producer from Toronto, Canada with recent releases on Subsidia Records as well as support from artists including Excision, ATLiens and more.
Our agents will be on the listen and lookout for more from these Canadian producers to come.
Listen to the song on SoundCloud before it drops everywhere on Wednesday, March 29:
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