On the heels of last month's "Mutant," 14-year-old bass producer Moore Kismet is back with his newest single "Escape."
While still maintaining the energy of his previous release, Kismet delivers a more futuristic, intricate take on bass music interwoven with vocal samples, alternating bass, and a sprinkle of keys.
When asked about the new track the bass prodigy had this to say:
“‘Escape' is basically a song that showcases the way I would create a dubstep/riddim song. My favorite thing to do when producing is to take genres of music that I love and flip them on it’s head and make them my own. With ‘Escape,’ I feel like I did a pretty good job doing that and taking it to the next level.”
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"Escape" by Moore Kismet is out now on Never Say Die. You can download or stream it here.