MUST DIE!, the 21 year old producer out of Atlanta, Georgia recently released his Sky Child EP as his debut record on Rottun Records. MUST DIE! is by no means a new figure to the bass music scene having released countless remixes and originals on labels such as Dim Mak, Play Me, Ultra and Mad Decent. Sky Child, however, may be the first and most prominent example demonstrating the vision, production dexterity, and overall raw talent this young producer undoubtedly possesses. Consisting of three original tracks, Sky Child leads the listener on a journey of varying soundscapes and tempos all the while continually emphasizing a healthy allotment of gritty and punishing bass. “Sky Child”, the title track of the EP, is a fantastic record which intertwines anthemic synths with expertly chopped wobbles to ultimately set the overall atmosphere of the ensuing tracks on the EP. “I’m So Sorry,” featuring vocals from Natasha Fox, is a more melodic tune that quickly builds and breaks into a harder dubstep original chock full of snarling bass. The final track of the EP, “Scorpion Dance,” clearly illustrates MUST DIE!‘s strength producing tracks outside of 140BPM. Sporting a pulsing bassline, hard-hitting drums and crunchy synths, “Scorpion Dance” appears to be the most on par with what one tends to expect from any Rottun Records release. All in all, Sky Child is a great representation that clearly indicates MUST DIE!‘s inherent talent but also the noticeable growth he has experienced over the past few months. Make sure to give the entire EP a listen and support MUST DIE! by picking up a copy over on Beatport. Enjoy.