Out on The Gradient Perspective, No Remorse’s recently released EP, “Abduction,” is a sleek, 3-track package of wonky, wubby deep-dubstep sounds. Each song plays an indispensable role in showcasing the Virginia-based producer’s adroitness in constructing groovy, yet hard-hitting compositions.

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From its introductory bass waves, the opening track sets an intention to go deep. Heavy synths slice in and out of the beat, adding a tangible bounce that’s fun to get down to. That bounce carries into the second track, “Aliens,” but here things start to feel more extraterrestrial. This song creates a cavernous space, containing otherworldly sounds and droning sub undertones.


The final track, “When They Attack,” puts more emphasis on its groove from the get-to. Quick-cutting sonic elements build inertia over a layer of tight percussion. From start to end, this composition drips finesse, exploding with energy built up throughout the EP.

If you were looking for an escape while you’re stuck at home, “Abduction” is a quick trip out of this world. Press play on the Soundcloud playlist above, or peep the EP on Bandcamp to be transported into No Remorse’s alien-like soundscapes. And stay close to the Gradient Perspective, as they’ll be hosting a number of live stream events in the near future, like Live Stream Sundays.

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