One-woman-powerhouse Canvas is giving Electric Hawk an exclusive first listen of her genre-bending new single “Dissociate.” This infectious free-form tune is filled with masterful builds as well as high-frequency drops, making it hard to not listen to it on an endless loop.
Strong women and heavy bass? What more could we want?
As the reigning Queen of Atlanta’s underground bass scene, Canvas has been pouring herself into music for the better part of a decade. Showing her passion for the scene through sound paired with high-powered personality filled performances, she has caught the ears of labels and listeners alike. Securing notable releases on The Untz, Wormhole, and Street Ritual, it only seems to be up from here for this east coast artist.
Canvas also joined us for the first iteration of Talon Thursdays, delivering a sound-bending A/V set. Fusing her expert mixing together with her boundary pushing sound design, her set was a delight to all the senses. We at Electric Hawk are honored to have been able to showcase her raw talent to the community on the inauguration of this new stream series.
Delivering inspiration from all forms of electronic music, “Dissociate” is an eclectic journey through bass soundscapes. The track begins with a trance infused build that releases into a piercing drop complete with a gritty, rhythmic bass-line. This rising star’s passion and drive is unquestionably clear in all of her releases, and we are anxiously awaiting to see what she comes up with next.
Check out the exclusive Electric Hawk premiere of “Dissociate” by Canvas right here.
Looking for new music? Keep up with our weekly Spotify Playlist, Fresh Hunts. Updated every Friday with all the latest releases. Whether it’s the newest releases from Canvas, all your favorite artists, some old-school, or underground…we just want you to hear it.
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