Halloween Has Come Early: Favright | Green Storm [Complextro]

Good afternoon ragers!

It’s Monday again, and around here that only means one thing: more music!

Gifting the EDM world with his latest release, “Green Storm”, this next producer continues to impress us with his electronically infused sound. Extremely talented Australian producer Favright deserves far more attention than he gets; and were going to do everything in our power to make sure that happens. 

His compositional progression rivals that of Deadmau5, and his complextro breakdowns are on par with Mord Fustang. While Favright has impressed us in the past with melodic, up-beat originals like “Funcats”, “This Time” and “Nerve”, his newest track off of Monstercat proves that Favright still has plenty of tricks up his sleeve. “Green Storm” impresses on just about every front possible; we’re calling it big room, complextro house.

Combining a high energy, heart thumping bass with a dark and menacing melody, Favright has created something downright sinister. If we’ve said it once we’ll say it again: producers that continue to push the limits with their sound by creating original, inventive content should be commended for their innate ability to raise the bar just that much higher.

Favright exemplifies all that is right in electronic dance music, so let’s spread the word and get this man heard.

Monstercat 014 | Discovery

The formerly underground music label known as Monstercat finally released their 14th compilation mix titled Discovery. The album contains some of the latest and greatest EDM hits gathered from just about every sub-genre imaginable. From hard dubstep to futuristic glitch hop to experimental electronica, this album has it all. While some of the songs have already been released by various artists on their SoundCloud page, listening to it from front to back forces the listener to compare and contrast similar and opposing songs based on their attributes. Some sound so similar, yet so different. The statement may sound overtly simplistic and somewhat idiotic, but give it a listen and I think you’ll know what I mean.

Which were our favorites? Here’s our Top 5:

1. PIXL – Sugar Rush (04:45)

2. Draper – Men & Machines (Radio Edit) (03:16)

3. Stereotronique – No Holding On (feat. Holly Drummond) (07:28)

4. Lets Be Friends – Manslaughter (VIP Mix) (05:21)

5. Nerve – Favright (06:01)

The album cover says it all; life is a journey full of new discoveries, so get out there and find what you are looking for.

You get one shot at this thing called life…