Chime Drops Reality-Bending Single ‘Bring Me Back’ On Monstercat

From the visionary mind of Harvey Goldfinch, Chime is one of dubstep’s most exciting artists. Hailing from the city of Leeds in England, Chime merges melodic sounds, multiple genres, and video game-themed auditory effects to forge his unique production style. This blend of dubstep and futuristic sound design has been coined “color bass”.

Through its groundbreaking soundscapes and high-energy drops, Chime has gained the attention of iconic artists like Virtual Riot, and Excision, as well as working with Doctor P and Flux Pavilion. Additionally, this innovative artist has been featured on the most popular dubstep labels, such as Subsidia, Never Say Die, Ophelia, Circus, and more. On top of his history of mesmerizing originals, Chime has toured across the world, showcasing his mixing abilities for China, Japan, and a headlining US tour with Au5. He is also a crucial member of monumental supergroup Tritone, who has performed at the celebrated festivals of Tomorrowland, Parookaville, and Rampage.

Bringing his fans an alluring new single, Chime goes into his bag of tricks on “Bring Me Back”. Released on the highly respected Monstercat, this track throws down a barrage of experimental bass. “Bring Me Back” opens with an ethereal sequence of echoing effects, followed by a hypnotic futuristic bassline. The drop delivers an ear-shattering progression of heavy dubstep that takes full control of its audience. Highlighting Chime’s outside-the-box production wizardry, “Bring Me Back” is primed for any venue, from warehouse raves to the festival main stage.




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