It opens with a war drum. Drills ahead with haunting synths and a glitchy robotic voice. No warning, no room to breathe, dark dystopian bass is unleashed. A groove keeps things devilishly innocuous, but the second drop elevates the tension.
Welcome to “Cyberspace,” 1788-L’s latest sonic adventure.
The mysterious producer is the hot kid on the EDM block, popping up out of nowhere, dropping heater after heater. In four short months, 1788-L has ventured to remix the likes of Skrillex, Daft Punk, Kraftwerk and Virtual Self, never failing to hit the sweet spot of title track reverence and delectable remix creativity.
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Apart from the string of remixes and an explosive track with celebrated artists Illenium and Said The Sky, a few collaborations with rising producers and emphatic originals decorate the enigmatic newcomer’s catalog.
The sound is fresh, sinister and dystopian. With each release, it fleshes it out, carefully carving out a distinct style, all the while leaving us asking, who is 1788-L?