Newcomer Krayysh has shocked the dance community with his intricate production style that has caught the eyes of Mat Zo and his imprint Mad Zoo alike. Dropping his debut EP Talk to Me featuring the EP titled single which couples neuro-esque sound design with future bass rhythm, Krayysh instantly catches your attention with a groovy track featuring vocalist Joyia who’s haunting tone guides the track along smoothly. Jumping from upbeat to more of his neuro side, Krayysh shows off his prowess as an impeccable young producer with tracks like “The Opposite of Happy” and “Take a Look and See,” which hold creepy tinges while having a sound reminiscent of Rezz meets Frequent for a blend of industrial arrangement and neuro design.
Finalizing the EP with his liquid-esque track “Cold Ash,” Krayysh shows that no bounds are out of his reach on this debut that is both beautiful yet evocative, combining heavy bass to blissful ballads for a visceral display of emotion and advanced electronic sound that has us up in arms for more. If that wasn’t enough, the EP is finished off with an explosive remix by producer extraordinaire Mat Zo for a blend of Porter Robinson influence, break beats and mental bass work that leaves your jaw dropped.
Make sure to peep the whole EP here and follow Krayysh as he makes his way to the forefront of the dance community with his unique style.