Let’s face it, in order to stand out you have to be unique. No one is going to take some lame duck out of the crowd. Mystic Pete is no lame duck. An acclaimed cellist, vocalist, radio host, and producer just to name a few, Mystic Pete has been succeeding in combing spirituality with the arts. Mystic Pete has also been hosting “In a Dream” over on KXLU 88.9 fm in Los Angeles, CA for over five years. “In a Dream” promises a unique broadcast show for the DJ community, featuring tracks from genres such as: techno, drum and bass, trance, electro, trap, and the world.
Now to the actual album itself. Mystic Pete’s newest album released on Oct. 18th, “BassPop”, is the interesting love child between EDM we know and love and the music the the world has to offer. What “BassPop” lacks in its number of tracks (as there are only five on the album) it impresses with five completely unique tracks that flow together seamlessly. Personally the standout track for us is “Bad Kill”, as it eerily pairs well with the chanting of “Kali Ma” and provides us with a creepily awesome track that is perfect for setting the Halloween mood.
You can stream Mystic Pete’s entire album “BassPop” below, as well as the two Hallowee-themed music videos for “Bad Kill” and ‘Halloween Night”.[soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/playlists/156236057″ params=”color=ff5500&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false” width=”100%” height=”450″ iframe=”true” /]
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