What we said in the title is the exact feeling that one has when listening to Disprove‘s new EP “Damage”, which is basically a collection of the dopest bass designs you can hear today. Eatbrain recently really doesn’t miss a shot, everything they released in the last months is pure gold, and definitely the previous releases were not any less. On their website, linked at the end of the article, they praise Disprove’s new work with sentences like:
“Drop-pods ascended from the Underverse into real time planet-wide, falling from the skies in vast numbers, crushing everything in their path, full of their deadly, precise and unstoppable cargo.”
We definitely agree. This EP creates the perfect soundtrack for an alien descent on earth with roaring engines and blazing cannons wiping away our civilization. Disprove proves (ha!) once again to be a master of sound design. Italian Neurofunk strikes back again what was left of you after the other two huge releases that our green-white-red artists made recently (Maztek’s Grinder EP, and Bring the Noise by Stoner). Personally, the song that I liked the most is Cosmic Law, because it really pushed me forward and it’s hard to achieve that after I worked for 8 hours straight. I truly believe that this EP is massive: proper sound design, creepy and thrilling atmospheres, proper neurofunk grooves, and much more await you and your poor condemned ears: stick them with some tape, ’cause they might fall due to heavy vibrations. This is Damage EP, this is Disprove.
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