GunFight Is Keeping Up The Momentum With Heavy New Single “Smoke Signal”

From launching his career back in 2014 with his 3-track EP ‘Infinite,’ to having established himself as a dominant force within bass music in 2021, GunFight is a producer whose persistence and talent are hard to match. 2017 was a monumental year for GunFight, who independently released an impressive two albums in the span of just 12 months. ‘Paramount’ saw the producer explore more glitchy, electro and downtempo sounds, while ‘Rouse’ was predominantly driven by dubstep and drum & bass tunes, both making up for great additions in GunFight’s catalog. 

Then, after his 2018 EP Herculean Waves, which cemented GunFight’s impressive ability to consistently craft bass-heavy gems, came one of the most impressive runs we’ve seen from any name within the dance scene, placing GunFight in the forefront of bass music’s exciting new wave. It all started in early 2020 with dubstep banger “Purgatory,” while GunFight made sure to keep his fans engaged with a total of 12 singles throughout 2020, and another 9 just this year so far. 

GunFight’s creativity in the studio is seemingly never-ending, with his productions ranging all the way from dubstep and drum & bass to electro house and techno. Recently, he even dabbled in melodic trap with exciting single “Acid Rush,” and dark disco with “Midnight Arcade.“ 

GunFight has now just unveiled his brand new single “Smoke Signal,” a drum & bass anthem that truly surpasses all expectations. Just like his previous releases, “Smoke Signal” visually lives within his very own conceptual, cyberpunk-inspired world, and manages to tell an immersive auditory story throughout its 5+ minutes of runtime. Starting off with the help of epic arpeggios and atmospheres, the tune quickly builds up while utilizing gritty effects and hard-hitting drums, before exploding into a drop that is bound to shake anyone’s speakers. 

GunFight’s influence across the board is indisputable. With support from massive dance music names such as Craze, Don Diablo, Lost Frequencies, Zeds Dead, Slushii and Jauz, as well as two NFT releases that accompanied his singles “Heroes and Zeroes” and “To the Moon,“ GunFight’s track record is as impressive as his tunes. We expect him to only rise from here, especially since he just made the move to LA from his hometown of Austin, TX, in order to pursue a full-time career in music. 





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