Mersiv Sound Project is becoming one of the greats right before of our eyes. Back to back jaw-dropping releases have contributed to his rapid success in the Bass music scene. Mersiv joins Wavecraft Collective’s own Fryar to craft this sonic masterpiece. If you’re not hip to Fryar yet, nows the time to hop on the wagon. The man’s prolific discography speaks entirely for itself and his talent in the studio is tangible in his tunes.

Today, these two present their collaborative project, “Paradise”. The EP starts swinging for the fences with the title track, “Paradise”. Smooth, ethereal synths guide you towards a tsunami of highly engineered bass. Forget the incredible sound design, the composition is immaculate in its own right.

The project concludes with the highly-anticipated tune, “In Motion”. If you had the pleasure of seeing Mersiv before COVID flipped our lives upside down, then chances are you know this tune. One of the crown jewels of his live set, “In Motion” is a standout track and one of the most astonishing and overwhelming tracks we have received all year.

This crowd mover was originally debuted in Mersiv’s Shambhala mix dropped early in the summer of 2019. The record’s energy is present from the first seconds of the track. If this doesn’t have you jumping around like a damn fool, I don’t know what will! This project comes to life via Liquid Stranger legendary Wakaan label. Check out what Fryar had to say about it below.

“With both songs, Andy and I wanted to convey a healing/uplifting sense towards the listeners. During the current time and political climate, we feel like positive music is necessary for us that want to see better days.” – Fryar

 

FOLLOW MERSIV:

Facebook: facebook.com/mersivsoundproject

Instagram: instagram.com/mersivsoundproject

Twitter: twitter.com/mersivsound

SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/mersivsoundproject

 

FOLLOW FRYAR:

Facebook: facebook.com/FryarMusic

Instagram: instagram.com/fryarmusic

Twitter: twitter.com/FryarMusic

SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/fryarmusic

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