While they are out there, and some undiscovered, it’s hard to think of many producers that are bringing so many styles and sounds into electronic productions as well as Fractal is. The Baltimore based producer has been unleashing a storm of productions that captivate even the most seasoned electronic ear. His latest remix hit the shelves via Enhanced Recordings and is nothing short of another spectacular Fractal release. Hovering around 110bpm, Fractal packs this release with a crippling dose of bass, funk, and melodic bliss. Pick up an official copy on Beatport and be sure to check out his recent Monstercat EP ‘Elements‘ if you missed it.
Was in disbelief when this popped up. With so much talent coming together on one track, there was no way they were going to fall short of not knocking this remix out of the park and far beyond. If you don’t know the song by name but are a 90s baby, you’ll most likely recognize it immediately once you hear. Combining all their crafts, this four way collab resulted in what is easily the most ground-shattering, genre-blending, volatile, and bass heavy remix of this track to date. Snag it up for free if you’d like and how about the music video for the original? 90s
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These two producers literally knock it out of the ballpark every time they come together for a remix. Individually, both Au5 (Austin Collin) and Fractal put out top-notch productions, never focusing on one style of music but instead incorporating sounds from all areas of electronic music to put together incredibly complex releases. Bring them together, and they push the boundaries even further. Set to hit the shelves via SectionZ Records, Au5 and Fractal reshape Prismatic’s ‘Minty’ into an explosive melodic masterpiece, shifting through musical styles effortlessly to create a grueling and fiery sound. Be on the lookout for the release and check out their remix of BT’s ‘Surrounded’ if you missed back in the summer.
With the culmination of the remix competition for Televisor’s ‘Old Skool’ Monstercat release, the remix compilation for the track has finally been released and boy it has greatly exceeded expectation. Featuring five remixes from a range of producers including Alex Mind, Different Heaven, Fractal, Nitro Fun, and Aero Chord, the compilation is jam packed with a range of sounds that cater to almost every electronic music listener. Aero Chord and Nitro Fun’s remix stand with a delectable flavor however each release stands on its own plateau of greatness, masterfully crafted to contribute and complete an album of tremendous worth, more that what its price tag demands.
It is without a doubt that Monstercat has provided the electronic music community with a stream of new and impressive sounds from a pool of extremely talented producers that are often overshadowed by industry giants. Their fourteenth mixed artist compilation ‘Discovery’ recently hit the shelves via iTunes and provided a mouth-watering assortment of thirty astonishing tracks from the label’s hottest producers. Featuring names like Au5, Favright, Televisor, Soulero, Fractal, Tut Tut Child, PIXL, Haywyre, Pegboard Nerds, Rameses B, Falcon Funk and so many more, ‘Discovery’ is a perfect collection of tracks for the avid and open minded electronic music listener.
If you missed it late last month, be sure to check out Fractal and Au5’s remix of ‘BT’s ‘Surrounded’‘ and it’ll be no surprise as to why Fractal was brought onto BT’s ‘A Song Across Wires’ to make ‘Letting Go’. Out now on Aramada Music, BT & Fractal is a deeply moving production, seasoned with BT’s trance inducing electronic flavors, Fractal’s quaking dubstep soundscapes, and JES’s hypnotizing vocals, making for a perfect balance of emotive and exhilarating vibrations.
Excelling in every front of the electronic music production game, Fractal has drawn a wave of attention to his name by putting out a train of incredibly powerful releases, spanning from one end of the electronic spectrum to the other. From his massive collabs with Au5, like their remix of BT’s Surrounded and their Halcyon‘ release, to his original productions like ‘Atrium‘, Fractal has showcased a range of talents that always work to bring us impeccable electronic releases.
His latest EP, ‘Avare’, which was previewed earlier in the year has finally hit the shelves in full force. Out now via Adapted Records, Fractal’s EP is assembled with flawless technique, powering two unique productions through the speakers that channel a rapturous sound. As always, Fractal effortlessly meshes scintillating melodies with an uproar of crisp and shuddering electronic elements that grind with a shuddering flow for a staggering musical experience. Balancing out the EP with a crunchy glitch-hop bounce and fierce drumstep sound, Fravtal crafts a captivating compilation with a taste that any electronic music consumer can ingest with immense gratification.
Two figures whose musical thoughts blend in perfectly with one another, Au5 and Fractal’s recent collaborations have hit with an immaculate and celestial quality. You might recall when we featured their incredibly moving remix of Singularity’s ‘Alone’ or their Monstercat collab, ‘Halcyon‘, two releases that have seen wave of support and acclaim. If you missed either of those, be sure to check them out in addition to their latest remix of BT’s ‘Surrounded’, a passion filled remix built off a blueprint of riveting melodies, heartfelt vocals, powerful drumwork, and snarling, bass cradled soundscapes.
One of the many producers that is under the radar for numerous people, Baltimore’s Brady Wiggins, the brainchild of Fractal, has illuminated himself as a profoundly talented producer in the electronic music arena. Adept at producing in a range of styles, Fractal powers a deeply polished sound through the speakers. His latest Monstercat release, ‘Atrium’, is an intricate musical composition, cycling through various tempos, upbeat and entrancing soundscapes that come together to create an auditory journey packed with glistening melodies, moving vocals, and engulfing electronic flow.
Earlier in the week we had the pleasure of sharing Singularity’s long awaited EP, ‘Horizon‘. Currently at #15 in Beatport’s Top 100 Releases, the ‘Horizon EP‘ is undeniably one of the most polished compilation released in recent weeks. Be sure to check it out if you missed and snag up a free download of Au5 & Fractal’s anthemic and yet melodic yet powerful drumstep remix of ‘Alone’. Teaming up again after their tremendously successful Monstercat collab ‘Halcyon‘, Au5 & Fractal’s leaves the prospect of a future collab enticing and greatly desired.