SLANDER AND KOMPANY TEAM UP ON
NEW HEART-THROBBING SINGLE “BROKEN” FT. FKNSYD
OUT TODAY (AUGUST 16) ON NEVER SAY DIE RECORDS
LISTEN NOW HERE.
Los Angeles based electronic music duo SLANDER teams up with dubstep prodigy KOMPANY for their new heart throbbing bass heavy anthem “Broken” featuring FKNSYD out today, Friday, August 16 via Never Say Die Records.
“Broken” is an electrifying and gut-punching record with a smooth melodic touch, bridging with powerful vocals along with massive energy throughout the anthem.
Listen now HERE.
SLANDER’s dedication to their craft and the development of their own unique sound has earned them support from the likes of Skrillex, DJ Snake, Excision, Bassnectar, Porter Robinson and more. Amongst dozens of chart-topping remixes, their original Heaven Trap hit “Love Again” featuring vocalist WAVZ has been listened to over 10 million times while being championed by Diplo’s Mad Decent imprint. Beyond building a remarkable name for themselves through jaw-dropping anthems and massive collaborations, SLANDER can also include “label heads” to their resume. The LA-based duo recently teamed up with their good friend NGHTMRE to turn their popular Gud Vibrations track into an official record label. Attesting their dynamic nature as artists, SLANDER’s productions range from cinematic and melodic to bone jarring and foot stomping, always with a common thread of sophisticated soundscapes and captivating energy which they will bring to some of the biggest festival brands in the U.S. this summer. While being in the midst of massive releases, SLANDER is gearing up for a tremendous end of the year with their co-headlining upcoming Alchemy Tour along with NGHTMRE, Seven Lions, and The Glitch Mob. The tour will be making various stops in cities such as Long Beach CA, San Diego CA, Portland OR, and more. Check out the full tour and grab tickets here.
Kompany has emerged from the shadows of anonymity to present one of the more promising up and coming bass music acts. Having perfected his craft in the esteemed halls of IconCollective, Kompany is now bringing his music to a global audience. Blending versatile sound design with aggressive forms of bass music, Kompany is now a force to be reckoned with.
Besides having a sparse amount of social media accounts, including a Twitter featuring a blurry profile photo, there isn’t much in terms of concrete information or even a noticeable bio to pluck some facts or anecdotes from. If there is one thing known about fknsyd aka Sydney, is that her brand of music is extremely interesting. The first thing that could be said about fknsyd is that her style sounds a lot like the original incarnation of Crystal Castles, down to the often obtuse and somewhat disturbing electronic compositions that seems to be the calling card of the Witch House genre. Even her wispy vocals eerily recall a younger Alice Glass. If Crystal Castles is her influence, fknsyd is a worthy torchbearer to the legacy of the legendary electro group.