Eatbrain 19 review
The moment EATBRAIN followers have been eagerly anticipating for a year has arrived, with BILLAIN landing in full force in the form of his 'Colonize' EP. A true master of Neurofunk; these 2 tracks demonstrate the full might and depth of Billain's exquisite production ability. Expanding upon the sprawling Sci-Fi landscape that has its origins in the highly acclaimed 'Colossus' EP on Bad Taste Recordings, the 'Colonize' EP takes things to an entirely new level. Incredible visual artwork from Marvel artist Enis Cisic and resident Eatbrain designer Laszlo Tringli, is threaded through with the continuation of the operatic space narrative tying the tracks together into a concept as epic as music itself.
Title track 'COLONIZE' lures listeners into Billain's otherworldly realm with 2 perfectly balanced sweeping chords, instantly transporting them to a faraway planet. Breaking the calm, an unmistakable Billain bassline erupts, before breaking down into a deliciously dynamic and scattered build-up injected with pure nervous anticipation. The Neuro assault that follows is as devastating as it is immaculately produced.
'FEED FOR SPEED' is undoubtedly one of the most high-octane tracks to land this year, finally placed into the public fresh from having unleashed pure havoc across Europe's largest DnB festivals. Representing a refined slice of turbocharged percussion, wrapped in the post-apocalyptic exhaust fumes of raging synths and an unending build-up of pure adrenaline-laced excitement. Prepare yourselves for an unforgiving assault on the senses, from a producer in the depths of carving a very unique path through the electronic landscape.