by Jake Groch
EDM, Funky, Heavy
Tags: Alchemy, Bass, bass music, Black Pearl, Clowns, Complextro, Crazy Daylight, Creepy, Disco Violence, Downloads, Dubstep, EDM, EDM Blogs, electro, electronic, Electronic Dance Music, Filthy, Free, Heavy, Jake Groch, King Trimble, original mix, Pirates, Pirates of the Caribbean, Rager Onions, Remix, Scary, Taylor Martin, Trap, VIP, Walkers, Whoa!, Zombies
If you’re looking to scare yourself shitless this Monday and start the week off on the emotionally-shattered foot, we offer a smattering of tracks from Austin, Texas-based producer Taylor Martin guaranteed to stir up some horrifying repressed memories. Taylor, or King Trimble, as his mother likes to affectionately refer to him, does a couple things well in particular to catch our ears when giving a quick listen.
For one, the dedication and time spent on each instrument of his tracks is apparent in their abilities to sound so crisp, vivid and unique. Mr. Martin has a knack for creating this engrossing soundscape on all of his productions that allows the listener to truly lose themselves in his dark, foreboding musical aura. What we also admire in King Trimble’s productions is his variety, most notably on his most recent release, “Clowns.” Not only can he completely change up the instruments, genre, and overall mood, but the pace of his songs as well. Again, this quality serves to more completely envelop anyone listening within the emotional roller coaster that is a KT production.
It wasn’t very long ago when Taylor Martin decided to begin his endeavor within the realm of electronic dance music. Do yourself a solid and give this next mind-melting dubstep and trap producer a follow on SoundCloud. With early productions like these, it doesn’t take a mastermind to see where this sort of thing is going for King Trimble.
You have been warned.
King Trimble’s SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/taylor-martin-1
by Jake Groch
Tags: Arizona State, Banger, bass music, Come On, Dub-All or Nothing, Dublicate, Dubstep, EDM Blogs, electronic, Electronic Dance Music, Filthy, Jake Groch, Joris Schiettecatte, King Trimble, Moombahton, Rager Onions, Survive EP, Taylor Martin, Womp
We know, we know. We get it, ok?
Dubstep is unfortunately becoming more watered down than your favorite mixed drink at the most popular club in town. However, it is songs like these that keep beasts like us coming back to that overgrown music oasis in order to quench our proverbial thirst for great jams.
It was the simplicity of this next track by King Trimble that caught our attention when first listening to his remix of “Come On” by Dublicate. Taylor Martin of KT has crafted the perfect creepy aura to go along with his ominously foreboding chord progression.
The extremely catchy opening sequence will lull the listener into a false sense of security when considering the absolute filth that unfurls after the :55 mark. However, Taylor does try and provide fair warning in the form of a ultra creepy cackle at about half-way through the first minute. It certainly succeeds in making the hair on the back of our neck stand up raising goosebumps all over our skin.
His drop sounds like somebody stepping into a haunted house straight out of Mario 64. King Trimble uses these absolutely brilliant and vibrant synthesizers to fill out the empty frequencies. Moreover, what we enjoyed most was the change in tempo occuring halfway through the song. King Trimble steps up the pace and reiterates the first half of his jam at an entirely different angle. Just wait for it.
Show this newcomer some love by following his SoundCloud and be sure to look out for more great jams by Taylor Martin aka King Trimble.