Effin artwork for Descent EP release

Effin Releases ‘Descent’ EP via Deadbeats

LA-based bass music artist Effin releases his latest EP, Descent, under Zeds Dead’s label, Deadbeats. A label dedicated to promoting the next generation of forward-thinking electronic production, Effin formats his latest EP to hit the latest edge of high-quality bass music.

Inspired by a previous conversation about a “descent into madness,” Effin introduces his four-track EP with relentless energy. The first track “Stupid” is a powerful descent into hard-hitting dubstep, hip-hop bass, and trap beats. Diving deeper into the madness, “Horseplay” (featuring dubstep producer Jiqui) fires powerful bass drops, churning technical styles of glitch and grime into a heavy-hitting powerhouse of dub production.

The third track, “Headspace,” a collaboration with lo-fi producer Woven in Hiatus, opens with a slower atmospheric tone, morphing laid-back and dreamy basslines with an expansive dubstep rhythm. The final track, “Pictures,” settles into a sentimental narrative with vocals by indie musician and vocalist, Anna-Sophia Henry.

Effin continues to deliver an impressive cutting-edge picture for his upcoming and ongoing success, releasing the Descent EP as a skillful representative of his redefined technical style and qualified sound design.

“I think there’s a bit of something for everyone in this project and it feels like the perfect combination of a bunch of different styles that I’ve fallen in love with.”

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Val Yoder, Washington D.C. native, has submerged herself in the music community of Denver Colorado writing as a freelance music journalist and staff writer. Her work within the entertainment community integrates her interests in the creative arts and passion for storytelling. Beyond her writing, she enjoys visiting art galleries, exploring Colorado’s outdoors and drinking coffee.