Acrillics Chroma

Acrillics’ ‘Chroma’ Puts the Bass in Drum and Bass

The dynamic duo is back, and Acrillics‘ “Chroma” puts the bass in drum and bass. If you’re looking for the perfect song to wake you up in the morning, this will do the trick. With the boys’ mixture of trap and DNB, this beat will get you boppin’.

Since the beginning of Acrillics in 2016, Rob Atkins (Wellington, NZ) and Andro Mathewson (USA/Scotland), have come together to shake up the DNB world. In addition, the duo has released music on Mad Zoo, Electric Hawk, Tribal Trap, and Noiseporn. When founding Acrillics, their goal was to produce music that isn’t constrained to one genre.

This track will get your whole living room shaking. The sound of Acrillics is a mix of bangin’ trap, and intense drum and bass. But, with “Chroma” they take it to the next level. To start off, a downtempo experimental sound begins to creep up. Then, the track takes an unexpected turn into a slutty drum and bass beat. Since there are so many unique sounds, there is literally something for everyone.

“Following up on our recent Drum and Bass releases, We really wanted to create a more bass and experimental DNB track with some jungle elements. Chroma really is about taking elements from numerous genres and mixing them all together on one canvas”

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Acrillics Chroma
Rob Atkins and Andro Mathewson (Acrillics)

The duo is only heading in an upward direction. While headlining shows and opening for artists such as Mat Zo, GTA, Josh Pan, Louie Lastic, AFK, Svdden Death and Shaun Frank (pre-pandemic of course). We can’t wait to experience their next moves and watch them grow through their music. Acrillics is definitely an artist you want to have on watch.

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