Mark veins and Shöckface link up with Canadian based singer, songwriter and producer Bromar for their new RnB electronic crossover record ‘Shatter.’
The collaborative duo, mark veins and Shöckface have been on a tear as of late with a frenzy of releases over the past couple months. After working on a string of trap heaters like ‘Resurrection’ and ‘Therapy,’ veins and Shöckface have returned accompanied by the help of Candian singer Bromar’s crooning topline. From a melodic and eerie introduction to an emotionally stirring build, veins and Shöckface make you feel as if you were entrapped in a relationship that is only bound to break your heart. As the buildup on ‘Shatter’ fades and the drop commences a touch of hyperwave is added to the mix and all the emotional energy is unleashed.
mark veins and Shöckface continue to bring their ‘hyperwave’ dubbed sound to the forefront of their productions on each release. The sound to which they are leading the way, ‘hyperwave,’ consists of the duos signature abrasive synths, eerie vocal textures, and unorthodox rhythm.
On ‘Shatter,’ the two producers paint soundscapes filled with heartbreak and sorrow as Bromar sings ‘love is like a drug, that sh*t really bad for my health’ speaking on past toxic relationships. Bromar sings about how his previous run in ‘broke his heart into pieces shattered’ and a barrage of sub bass lines, glitchy fills and white noise overtake the record. With the pace at which Shöckface and mark veins are putting out music it does not seem like they have any plans of halting the collaborations as they continue to imprint their hyperwave sound into the minds and souls of listeners all over the world.
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This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Mark Veins Links Up With Bromar & Shöckface for ‘Shatter’ An Emotional RnB Bass Crossover