Crackadile EP

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The First-Ever Dubstep Release on Exert Records!

Brace yourself for a menacing auditory experience as HIRED steps up with his highly anticipated debut release, Crackadile... This remarkable EP has garnered immense support from esteemed artists such as Modestep, solidifying its position in the world of dubstep.

Crackadile pushes the boundaries of sonic innovation, captivating listeners with its unique blend of glitchy malfunctioning synths and twisted robotic basslines. Each track tells a story, taking you on a thrilling journey through the realms of dubstep.

First up is "Bedroom Ballad," an electrifying composition that showcases HIRED's unparalleled ability to manipulate glitched-out synths. Its infectious energy will make you surrender to its rhythm, while the intricate layers of sound transport you to a futuristic soundscape.

The title track, "Crackadile," unleashes a ferocious onslaught of bass-driven filth. Prepare to have your senses twisted and contorted as the robotic basslines take control, immersing you in an otherworldly sonic experience. Prepare for an intense fusion of mechanical grooves and mind-bending sound design.

With an epic intro that builds anticipation, "Distanced" unveils a breathtaking assault on the senses. As the track progresses, a technical array of percussive hits and ever-explosive bass reign down on the listener, commanding your undivided attention. Get ready for an adrenaline-pumping sonic rollercoaster like no other!

Last but certainly not least, "Intolerant" seamlessly morphs between aggressive machine gun-like stabs, frantic percussion, and menacing low growls. HIRED's mastery of composition shines through as he effortlessly combines these elements, creating a symphony of chaos and precision. It's an auditory experience that will leave you craving more.

HIRED's debut release on Exert Records marks a new dawn for the label, venturing into uncharted territories of dubstep. With his unique style and unparalleled talent, HIRED is undeniably one to watch in the future. "Crackadile" serves as a testament to his distinctive sound and sets the stage for a promising career.