NotLö has quickly become a household name after a massive year in 2021. The Denver-based 140 producer continues to shine like no other. Her mind-melting, deep vibrations have captured the hearts of fans everywhere. She’s had some major label releases with Deep Dark & Dangerous, Odyzey, and Wakaan. Today, NotLö unleashes an insane EP for your ears, “Outskirts!”
“Outskirts” kicks off with two signature Dubstep tracks. NotLö once again takes you off the deep end with the title track “Outskirts” and “Light Up”. These are dark, crunchy tunes with deep basslines and percussions that rattle your bones to the core. The energy radiating through these two releases leaves your jaw dropped on the floor. It shows how electrifying her sound design is and the impact she leaves.
However, this isn’t just your typical deep Dubstep release from NotLö. With this EP, she unleashes sounds that prove she’s capable of mastering any subgenre of bass music. “Hold Me” is her first spin on the rapidly evolving drum and bass realm. This tune is as gritty as it is fun, and it’s sure to get crowds moving this summer. The EP also features two huge collabs. “Backup“, her collab with Conrank, is a high-motor tune that brings forth some insane energy. “YOUALREADYKNO”, her track with up-and-comer Bromosapien, is a heavy halftime track for the ages, taking you into outer space and back within seconds. These tunes truly show what’s to come for NotLö and her project in the future.
NotLö once again delivers the goods with the “Outskirts” EP. It’s a fresh compilation of tunes that show what she’s capable of. We’re insanely proud of her and we cannot wait to watch her incredible journey continue to unfold. Be sure to check out the full EP, and let us know your thoughts in the comments down below or on our socials!
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