Apashe Creates Earth-Splitting "Fracture" in Mighty Collaboration With Flux Pavillion, Joey Valence and Brae


Apashe’s musical renaissance continues on, leaving fiery remnants of his path behind him.

The progressive and boundary-pushing producer has launched his newest single, “Fracture,” following his earlier launch in April, “Gasoline,” which featured Delhi hip-hop artist RAGA. The towering monitor fires up instantly as we’re greeted with a barrage of 808s, booming low finish and razor-sharp percussion. Joey Valence and Brae’s vocals stomp atop bellicose manufacturing from Apashe and Flux Pavilion.

Apashe’s sound has advanced quickly over time. The Belgian-born, Canada-based artist has effortlessly discovered a solution to weave in classical, cinematic sounds into aggressive bass music, and that strategy is omnipresent in “Fracture.” 

The brand new single is a small style of what followers can anticipate from his forthcoming album, Antagonist, which is able to function classical music recordings of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and high-profile collaborations.

“This was actually motivating as a result of I am simply on the fringe of making an attempt new issues and there may be a lot room for enchancment,” he instructed EDM.com after his Electrical Forest 2023 efficiency. “You at all times want to recollect nobody does something nice alone, there’s at all times folks behind you.” 

Though Apashe has not but introduced the discharge date of Antagonist, it’s going to doubtless align along with his upcoming tour of the identical identify. The tour will kick off on October seventh at Denver’s Mission Ballroom earlier than making stops in Los Angeles, Nashville, Chicago, and extra. Followers can buy tickets here

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