PREMIERE: Madeaux – “Revisionist”

Image via Karborn
Image via Karborn

Over the weekend, Madeaux‘s “Epinphrine” blew me away. He’s been an artist that DAD championed early on in our Internets existence, and he’s progressed into one of the more forward-thinking producers of the last year or two, IMHO (because what else is my opinion but humble, right?). He’s embarking on a new journey, Love The Machine, which is an album that’s being spoon-fed to you, which might be for the better. Madeaux’s “Revisionist” dwells in this intriguing area; it reminds me of the work of Squarepusher, who’d no doubt have a firm grasp on the jungle/dnb scene, but with so many other influences, he can’t just hit button and churn out some derivative drivel and call it “footwork bangerz.” He nails a scifi juke/footwork thump early on, but also laces this cut with a beautifully intriguing, jazzy melody that channels a lot of emotion and beauty into a cut that other producers might not even think of injecting. Truly transcendental vibes, I’d say.

  • Ali Baba Shakeri

    Such an awesome track. The whole album is going to be a masterpiece. Madeaux is easily one of the best up and coming producers there is out there. Why? Versatility. He’s one of those producers that can’t be boxed into a single genre, and I’d argue that he’s already got his own signature sound.

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