MIZE‘s rise to bass music superstardom has honestly been meteoric. The Alabama talent started off by crafting Soundcloud mixes that effortlessly transport listeners into a state of euphoria, spanning dubstep, […]
MIZE‘s rise to bass music superstardom has honestly been meteoric. The Alabama talent started off by crafting Soundcloud mixes that effortlessly transport listeners into a state of euphoria, spanning dubstep, experimental bass, and even trance music. Eventually getting into the production side of dubstep, MIZE started cranking out heat and has even worked with fellow rising star bass names like Space Wizard, Engix, Super Future and Matheny. Now, he’s playing huge festivals like Electric Zoo, Electric Forest, and Ubbi Dubbi.
Today, the young feels-wizard links up with WAKAAN, Liquid Stranger‘s record label that focuses on all things weird and wonderful. MIZE has released on WAKAAN in the past, notably his festival anthem “Refraction” as well as his 2020 Thought Process EP. He also provided support for Liquid Stranger on his Spring 2022 Balance Tour, alongside other notable up-and-comers like Mersiv, Smoakland and Redrum.
On his Late Apex EP, MIZE brings fans tons of highly anticipated bangers they have been yearning for since the release of his “Rainbow Brain Takeover”, “Refraction” and “Flowstate” mixes. It’s hard not to rap the corresponding lyrics from those fan-favorite mixes over these Late Apex tracks. Anyone else rapping Jack Harlow over “Poppin” with me knows exactly what I’m talking about.
Including neck-breaking collaborations with HIHF favorites Conrank and sfam, this new EP from MIZE solidifies that the rising star is here to stay. Each track on Late Apex goes harder than the one before it. He was sitting on some of these tracks for over two years, one can only imagine the massive arsenal of heat MIZE is holding in his ‘unreleased’ folder. This EP will definitely be on repeat for the time being. Here’s what he had to say about his newest work:
“A ‘Late Apex’ is a term for an often faster line in a corner that provides you with better exit speeds at the risk of later braking and turn-in. A Late Apex requires a lot more precision, control, and finesse but can mean the difference between a trophy and a medal. I’m so inspired by those who compete and create at the absolute cutting edge as I notice often those with that internal drive often occupy the winner’s circle. Small precise changes can add up to big results.” – MIZE
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