This new Quix tune is so huge you'll be sending it to the Next World
Former Kiwi lawnmower turned internationally coveted music production powerhouse, your boy Quix has teamed up with the talented Krane on the Californian producer's third single 'Next World' for his upcoming album Fallout.
If you love your gnashy trap and future bass you'll be absolutely sending it to this tune.
My facial muscles screwed into that filthy bassface and my head was bopping involuntarily about 25 seconds in to the first listen, at 50 seconds my arms started cutting shapes uncontrollably at my desk and my boss voiced concerns over the volume of my headphones.
Quix's knack for the chainsaw trap and Krane's cinematic futurebass sound is a match made in banger heaven.
Krane posted the track up on Soundcloud over the weekend, with this descriptive note:
"Quix and I bring a wide range of sounds to this record. It was important to me this record sound like a seamless melding of our styles, while displaying what makes us each unique in our styles from each other, and other producers. I have tremendous admiration for Quix and been a longtime follower of his, and am honored he’d share his music with me so we could create this piece together."
Give 'Next World' a hoon below:
Here at George we're very excited for Quix, who is halfway through a tour in the US supporting Baauer and What So Not, before he gets back to our side of the world touring Australia and NZ with Alison Wonderland on her Scarehouse Project. You'll also be able to catch him at Northern Bass and Rhythm & Alps over New Years.