DISKORD Takes Influence From UK Garage On “Out There”

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DISKORD has been dropping some quality material lately – they recently teamed up with Krewella on their trap banger “Beggars,” which featured on their recently released Ammunition EP. The UK based production effort has now dropped another new track titled “Out There,” a bass heavy smash that takes a few cues from the sounds of yesterday.

DISKORD open “Out There” with a retro 90’s synth stab and 2 step beats, setting the UK garage vibe that is present throughout the song. Things quickly take a dark turn leading into the drops though, which are dominated by distorted, pitch sliding basslines and banging beats. “Out There” is a blend of club sounds of the past mixed with current EDM trends, and the result is an electrifying dancefloor anthem.

With a string of quality releases under their belt, 2016 is already poised to be a big year for DISKORD. If you dig what you hear on “Out There,” make sure to support the artists by picking up the official release, which can be purchased here.