Controversy Drives Creation and Change, Aviator Releases Statement As "Harassment / Coming Out"


Controversy…it drives artists to make some of their more unique content to make a point about a subject. This week we are looking at “Harassment/Coming Out” a new statement in the form of a track from¬†Aviator. There is always a reason why your life never turns out how you planned, as Aviator can tell you. While studying at university to become a doctor, Our Russian producer lost his eye in a severe car accident. During recovery, Aviator discovered how much he loved producing music and the rest is history. He was even able to incorporate his eyepatch into his style!
Now, back to the controversy that everyone is very much aware of today…sexual harassment. Aviator decided to use his driving dark style to make a statement regarding women’s fear of coming forward, yet also giving out plenty of discipline for their perpetrators. With a four by four beat and plenty of synth work, “Harassment / Coming Out” just paints the image of plenty of leather-clad individuals in a deep underground club. Aviator succeeded in creating this image with the track’s official music video, as it features many prominent personalities from Russia’s BDSM scene.
Make sure you check out “Harassment/Coming Out” on Spotify or the official music video below!

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Brandon Stuhr

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