New EPs are what we live for. These bite-sized packages of tunes offer a quick glimpse into the trajectory of a producers sound at any point in their career. Plus, they allow artists an easy format to release recent tracks to followers, and when those tracks are as crisp and well-executed as those from Kromuh’s latest “Shadow Terra” EP, everybody wins.
The 4-track EP, out June 25, comes packed with bass-heavy and hip-hop influenced beats that portray an ever-tightening of Kromuh’s sound design. Compared to his massive 2018 production called “Fragments,” “Shadow Terra” delivers even filthier grooves laid over equally dark and daunting soundscapes.
“Error,” a collaboration with VCTRE flaunting deep-cutting percussion and ominous overtones, is the project’s highlight, but not a single track goes without its own merit.
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As far as EPs go, “Shadow Terra” hits all the right notes. The quick glimpse into Kromuh’s recent work is fun, groovy, and above all, has us eager for more.