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Tisoki Breaks Through Expectations With “Promise” EP

UK’s Tisoki is a producer whose rose to stardom via his accessible brand of dancefloor anthems. Never shying away from experimentation is just about why he’s so great in the first place. Sampling his taste from a selection of different styles, Tisoki’s pallet has led to creations that exercise his prowess in dubstep and other bass heavy genres, whilst also indulging in music of a more eclectic form.

Now on the tails of his new EP “Promise,” the artist showcases just that with the various frames of mind presented in these 5 tracks. A sonic showcase of ingenuity and innovative experimentation, Tisoki excitedly serves a masterful blend of trap, hip-hip, emo and bass influences, sure to resonate with listeners of all types. Continuously expanding past the norms of bass music, Tisoki is rapidly developing before our very eyes. 

This EP turned perfectly captures the direction I want my music to go. I feel like all of these records come together to create the next chapter of the “Tisoki” sound. Collaborating with the vocalists across all of these records was a pleasure and a big learning curve for me and I’m super excited to see where this goes next.” – Tisoki


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