One of the most rewarding things about being a musical artist in today’s day in age is that if you want to tweak your sound for an EP, who the hell is stopping you? On our latest visit over to WAKAAN we are checking out Revolve, the latest EP from producer Ravenscoon. Born in Georgia but now based in San Francisco, CA, Paul Conversano’s love of electronic music continues to flourish with whatever genre he happens to dive into that day. While he has become known for combining elements of hip-hop, punk rock, and death metal through the medium of experimental bass, no genre stone goes unturned once Ravenscoon steps into the booth. While this unique blend can be found in his original works, his highly popular mixtape series allows him to flow in and out of genres with ease. Already making a statement this early on in his career, Ravenscoon has no plans of slowing down and we take the industry by force.
“My collaboration with Viskus rounds off the EP with a more melodic tone, which Ravenscoon has been popularized for. We joked that this is our ‘confetti blast song,’ and it is a feel-good way to round out some of the heavier work on this EP. Viskus and I have been working together for years, and this marks over five songs we’ve created together.”
While we were originally introduced to Ravenscoon earlier this year when he independently released Rapid Eye Movement, we can already tell how much he has tweaked his formula for Revolve. Consisting of three original works as well as a collab with fellow artist Viskus, Revolve is the evolution of the Ravenscoon sound that we’ve come to know. Hell, the EP even stands for “re-evolution”, showcasing the creative musical journey that Ravenscoon went on during the very stressful and chaotic year in quarantine AKA 2020. While the three original tracks, “Relax!”, “Mental”, and “Sauced”, all fall into the atmospheric bass music mold that Ravenscoon has carefully crafted, his collab with Viskus is another beast entirely. Focusing on combining bass and dubstep elements with a more melodic hook, “Blessings” turns into a single that we could actually hear on EDM-friendly radio stations. Regardless, Ravenscoon continues to change the game and keep a steady flow of necessary bass music in our lives.
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