Kumarion is an artist you should be familiar with if you frequent our site. The American DnB phenom has amassed a huge amount of accolades in a relatively short span […]
Kumarion is an artist you should be familiar with if you frequent our site. The American DnB phenom has amassed a huge amount of accolades in a relatively short span of time. His breakout hit “Want It” has surpassed over five million streams on Spotify and he has performed opening slots for huge heavy hitters in the dubstep world like GRiZ, Liquid Stranger, and Zeds Dead.
Today, the young, up-and-coming DnB powerhouse is making his official debut on Liquid Stranger’s Wakaan Label. On his brand new Resonate / Shaman EP, Kumarion is bringing out all the stops with two new originals certain to leave listeners with a gnarly case of bass-face.
Both tracks hold a tribal/eastern styling, boasting Kumarion’s innate abilities to create a musical masterpiece in whatever sub-genre he chooses to dabble in. The EP brings a heavier, experimental bass feel with it, as opposed to the DnB thrill rides we have come to expect from Kumarion.
Not that this project wasn’t thrilling in its own right. We are ecstatic to see Kumarion switching things up. He absolutely knocked it out of the park here and as much as we love his DnB, we are amped to hear more of this style bass music from this young production maestro.
Here’s what Kumarion had to say about the new project:
“Resonate and Shaman are both written with an eastern-world flare to them. Resonate is a more upbeat tune where I exploit the resonance knob on the filters to get different harmonic tones of the same note. Shaman is a darker tune where I use a repetition of the same sound design patch but run through different distortions to get a unique version in each individual section.” – Kumarion
What did you think of Resonate / Shaman from Kumarion? Let us know down below in the comments which track you liked more.
Also, be sure to check out our exclusive HIHF interview with him here, which we recorded at Okeechobee Music Festival.