You want some underground heat today? You’ve got it. Dopamine and SLZRD have just what you need.
Both Dopamine and SLZRD have cranked up their sound design level to a whole new level, as well as the bass. Putting a massive spin on Tyler, The Creator and Hodgy’s “Sandwitches”, the two producers from Atlanta opted with retaining the grisly feeling of the original track, building layer upon layer of madness until it feels like the sound is seemingly bursting through the headphones and melting the listener’s brain.
You’re going to want to be sitting down for this one.
BOTH of these artists have less than 500 followers on SoundCloud. The top-tier quality of craft discovered here is a splendid reminder that as fans in this community, we shouldn’t be waiting for good music to find us through popular artists (that eventually will play these underground tracks), but rather WE should be the ones seeking this deserving talent.
Dopamine and SLZRD have a small yet wondrous catalog unfolding right before us, such as Dopamine’s “Odyssey“, reminiscent of a prime Pretty Lights song, and if the word “FUN” was a song, it would be SLZRD’s remix of Charles Bradley’s “Changes”, demanding a replay to fully understand the progression and ascendance throughout the tune.
Listen to Dopamine – Sandwitches (Feat. SLZRD) below.
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