While the anonymous bass music artist's identity has remained a mystery since his 2018 debut, he's made an undeniable impression in a short amount of time. This esteem is shared by his peers, having toured and collaborated with high-profile acts such as REZZ, The Glitch Mob, Kayzo, and ILLENIUM, among others.
At 11AM PT (2PM ET), 1788-L went live on his socials with a link to a new website, which offers a "system update" for fans. Upon entering an email, users are taken to a terminal, where an automated bootloader sequence initiates a 1788-L homepage. Here, they are prompted to enter a command, which presumably unlocks a new page and, hopefully, news on what's next for the artist.
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We've reached out to 1788-L for comment. However, the only immediate clue is a binary code sequence at the bottom of the webpage.
You can check out 1788-L's announcement below. Enter the website and attempt to decode the message yourself here.