Gesaffelstein Releases Columbia Records Debut

Ladies and gentlemen, Gesaffelstein is BACK! His solo return “Reset” breaks a multi-year hiatus, and marks his debut with Columbia Records—and we couldn’t be happier to hear it. Synths like foreboding sirens open the song, and off-kilter saxophones screech on their heels, conjuring that dark foreboding we’ve come to know and love from this artist. These persist throughout, on top of a down and dirty beat that’s almost like trap, but through Gesaffelstein’s industrial filter. While the track instills the listener with dread, we certainly don’t dread the future for this artist—we’ve missed you, Gesaffelstein, and we wait with bated breath to hear what you’ve been brewing.

Check out the music video for ‘Reset’ below, featuring a look-alike Tekashi 6ix9ine.




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