With his latest release, Sora is set to change the riddim scene as we know it.
The Filthy Beat Inspectors are always listening and on the look out for the latest heavy-hitting beats in the bass music community. Recently, the walls of our departments have been housing agents who are always on the lookout for something more...something different.
With festivals and lineups constantly being released, we are always eager to see which new sounds are finding their way on to lineups and the biggest bass music stages. Out now on Disciple Round Table, Sora just dropped the Iris EP, which is set to change the riddim scene.
“This EP is a bit chaotic. I wanted to find my own way to create pretty and heavy
bass music while also staying true to my roots," Sora said. "I wrote this EP with the intention
of making something that I liked and had fun with. Also, I’ve been watching less
anime and it’s bothering me. Anyway, enjoy the EP. Shout out MYLK.”
The premiere song Iris sets the tone for what's to come. Kicking everything off with a more melodic beat, then dropping the riddim rage, this track is composed of everything one would need to abuse their sense of sound. Drawing comparison to his love for anime, this tune would for sure be the go-to for any intriguing AMV (anime music video).
Wraith and Radiant continue the madness with the massive buildups and heaviest of dropouts. Fitting the tone of an upbeat riddim anthem straight out of Final Fantasy, our agents cannot wait to be snapping necks and taking names in the mosh pits to come. The ethereal space-like tones and lyrics only add to the mystical sense and need for the most durable of neck braces.
Sora’s eclectic sound continues to push the industry forward, while the Iris EP sets a new standard for Riddim.
Finalizing the releases off this massive EP with Disrupt, Sora makes listeners want to go straight to their anime library and cry whilst throwing elbows with incredible torque. Doing anything but disrupting our daily activities, this track entices the senses and draws listeners in with the lyrics that leave many wanting more by hints of future releases.
While we can't guarantee any future releases, we sure as hell can't wait to witness crowds go wild time and time again. The future of bass music is here NOW.
With new releases coming at an unprecedented rate, the growth and popularity of all forms of bass music across all platforms is aiming to be exponential. With 2021 over halfway through, we could have never expected the path for the Filthy Beat Inspectors to have taken off the way it has with the perception and acceptance from everyone.
We are always listening...
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