Following up on last years’ Mind Bandit EP, Australian native Dysphemic returns with his brand new LP Apollo, out via Dysphemic Productions. When it comes to producing boundary-pushing and unique bass and dubstep music, the artist has over 10 years of experience on his back; crowned by VICE as a “pioneer of classical dubstep” after having released his debut album Hypnosis back in 2010. This comes as no surprise as Dysphemic was born into an artistically inclined family; being the son of “Father of Australian Psychedelic Art”, Vernon Treweeke, his artistic vision is strong and uncompromisable.
Dysphemic’s LP Apollo spans 7 tracks and features his brother Yiani Treweeke on the guitar. Throughout the tracklist, the duo explores various bass music tempos and styles while really showcasing their Egyptian-Greek musical influences in combination with their creative influences growing up in Australia. Highlights off the tracklist include “Peyote Demon” which kicks off the LP and is a trap-leaning banger filled with middle-eastern melodies, progressive dubstep gem “Arch Angel”, as well as stunning downtempo production “Journey” which rounds up the LP.