Returning with a bang after an extensive 10+ year hiatus, producer and artist Gibran kicks off a plethora of original releases expected intermittently over the coming months, with the immersive sci-fi electronic embrace of a soulful and high-energy Kill For You.
Unorthodox yet engaging production and design is a key strength from the outset, intriguing rhythms and tones backing up the implications of the title and image. Silent Killer feels tribal yet industrial, natural world sounds and distorted, heavier layers meeting with fragments of melody and provocation.
Loaded with stories that take some time to unpack, Reanimation promises a wealth of humanity, uncertainty and skill, all united within a swirling chaos of quiet contemplation and bold creativity combined.
Employing clear traits of personality in the synths, tones and structure of each piece, Find The Silence ultimately promises an awakening, deeply peaceful yet provocative journey through imaginative traits and turns.
Featuring unique licks and riffs that prove easily recognizable amidst this deeply evocative atmosphere of sound, She is Now So Far brings in a guitar-led ambiance, the organic skill and heart of the performance driving us forward through the central theme and mood.
Retro bass-work and funky riffs back up the genre-fusing, guitar-kissed new electronic single from producer Dorothy Zink 1.
Hedy Lamarr and Alan Turing had a phenomenal impact on today’s society, with the former being considered the creator of Wifi and Bluetooth, and the latter deciphering the Enigma code to essentially free Europe from Nazi rule (as well as gifting us the now infamous AI).
Ambient initially, before finding its industrial roots amidst a tribal groove and cascading electronic synths, Moth features a distorted melodic pattern in its first quarter – sort of dark trip hop with a twist of heavier late-night vibes.
Fully-loaded retro synth-wave pours through with a fair balance of melodic threads and euphoric overtones – Nail//Neon introduces this electronic project from Portugal artist Peeedro.
There’s always more light to be found in the world, but not everyone stays long enough to find it. As with all Bad Bubble music, that realism and honesty is key.
Creatively unpredictable yet conceptually well-rooted, the brand new EP from producer and artist Purple Tones achieves impressive levels of both nostalgic embrace and unrivaled originality.
Unexpectedly distorted for a worthy fusion of electro-pop and hard rock, Synthetik Blonde deliver a brilliantly immersive soundscape, with a subtle hit of dance-pop songwriting humbly intertwined.