Portland-native Quiet Bison continues to be at the forefront of experimental dance music movement with the latest addition to his innovative catalog. His third EP, NIGHTFALL, is out now.
Emerging from the shadows of Portland comes 18-year-old Quinn Brown, better known as Quiet Bison, who has been rapidly making a name for himself since starting his project in 2018. The avant-garde producer burst onto the scene with his debut Trials and Tribulations EP, quickly drawing the attention of contemporary EDM top dogs such as Flume and What So Not. His song “Thimble” was featured on Flume’s “Hi This Is Playlist” Spotify playlist, and he served as direct support for What So Not earlier this year. The talented producer continued his sweeping success throughout the start of 2019 releasing his sophomore EP, Sequence. Defining his style with quick-witted, complex sound design and compelling melodies, Brown has solidified his spot as an innovative experimental producer to watch.
Following suit with his signature style, NIGHTFALL is a seen-track homage to fellow insomniacs and explores the symptoms of sundown. "I got the idea for this EP when I was on a late-night drive and felt that I needed music to keep me awake through the trip,” he explained. “I’m usually a night owl anyway, so a lot of this EP was written at night or just as the sun was rising while I was sleep deprived and a little out of it.”
Quiet Bison has an upcoming Halloween performance on Thursday, October 31st in San Francisco for the 30th Anniversary Annual Mad Hatter Ball. He will be performing alongside Nitti Gritti and Whethan. For ticketing information, visit here.