SLUMBERJACK, Daktyl and MoonZz Unite for “Crucified”

Seeing bass producer SLUMBERJACK pairing up with the more experimental and lo-fi artist, Daktyl is certainly an unexpected surprise. Brought together by the powerful vocal performance of MoonZz, these three producers bring their seemingly opposite sounds to the table for an otherworldly future bass song. The breakdowns both feature a soft yet intricate instrumental touch that blends lo-fi and trap with some soft piano work and pads to enhance MoonZz projections.

The drops represent the ideal middle ground between these two groups’ seemingly disparate sound profiles. This union of talent brought out the best in everyone and the result should bring fans into uncharted territory and perhaps even help them find their next favorite genre.





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