While we may be hanging out in the world of dancefloor-friendly music as of late, it is time we went on an adventure once again. Helming the ship of this journey we have Nytrix, who is simply strapping us in for the exploration of his newest album Created by Chaos. IF you haven’t heard of Nytrix before, you are severely missing out and prepare to have your minds expanded. This LA-based producer started his career off with his major hit “Take Me Higher” back in 2015 which led to plenty of buzz and the doors of opportunity opened. Nytrix has been able to earn millions of views on YouTube for the unique style of his music videos and has opened for a number of electronic music powerhouses such as Carnage and Afrojack.
Now the real question is, where do we expect to go on this journey through the soundscape? All we can say is be prepared to wave through the maze of genres that Created by Chaos encompasses. This audible sonic journey is one that you must take if you find the order in anarchy and the sweet discord of chaos. This collection of tracks is nothing like the normal listener has heard before, as Nytrix effortlessly takes us from industrial and dubstep to downtempo and ambient within a blink of an eye. If this is what Nytrix can accomplish by himself (this is self-released), we could only imagine what he could do with a powerful imprint behind him.
You can check out the entire Created by Chaos on Spotify below!
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