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Happy 4/20… AKA Deadcrow Release Day! Stream “Solar” for Some Premio Vibes & Seriously Good Times.

If you’re looking to explore new heights today, may I direct you to the perfect soundtrack? Deadcrow just released his newest track, “Solar”, and it is simply fantastic. Check it out and get yourself ready for one hell of a ride and some out-of-this-world vibes.

“Solar” on YouTube via UKF:

This track is one of those IDs that was always a favorite of mine (I lost my absolute shit hearing it live at Liquid Ritual’s “conference” in London just a couple weeks ago– but more on that later), and yet I never exactly knew what song it was…

And now I finally–finally–can hear it in full.

And it has been on loop.

I just keep going back to it; I can’t help it.


Meet Deadcrow, the Wave Artist Taking Over Festival Season

“Revered for his cutting-edge approach to wave music, Deadcrow is known for his nostalgic, JDM and cyberpunk aesthetic. Heavily influenced by video games Need for Speed, Underground 2, and Tokyo Xtreme Racer along with the Blade Runner films, Deadcrow brings forth a sound that’s both futuristic and heavy, yet emotionally-driven. His sonic touch has brought him around the world on tour, including his 2018 run of shows in the US. Deadcrow was the first wave artist to tour in the region. Now, he has caught the attention of high-profile artists such as RL Grime, Steve Aoki, Zeds Dead, Krewella, and more.

As a staple on wave labels Liquid Ritual, vibe.digital, and wavemob, Deadcrow has helped spur a movement which has led him to expand his release catalogue to some of electronic music’s most notable labels, including Sable Valley, Dim Mak, Artikal, and more. Also known for his experimental sound and tastefully unpredictable DJ sets, Deadcrow has influenced the next generation of bass music.”

– sampled from the artist’s Spotify bio.

Achieving a Milestone

As it turns out, “Solar” was quite the momentous release for the artist– and, unsurprisingly, the insane vibes contained in it were well-received by fans:

On behalf of MendoWerks, might I say–

Congratulations, Deadcrow!

14-year-old you would be so proud. We certainly are–and we look forward to all of your future releases, be it with “The Home of Bass Music”, or elsewhere.

You’ve been absolutely killing it lately.

Unconvinced? Check Out a Live Deadcrow Set | DEF: The Boiler

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Special thanks to Beryl @ KaleidoMedia.


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