When Arcane Echo stepped onto the scene, he brought with him a superb ability to deliver blistering bass music brimming with hints of metal and hardcore tips via a solid tap of the launch pad.
Taking to electronic music with a vengeance, his definition devours the sound spectrum, with an infamous disregard for musical trends. With a solid laser beam vision for cracking the mediocre, Arcane Echo brings him with him unique classical and multi-instrumental training and the resurgence of a thick arsenal of groundbreaking music.
Across Australia’s prestige record labels from Warner to Ministry of Sound, the Arcane Echo slather has given bass music a lasting taint of glory with an well introduced twist. ‘Xkeletons’ featuring MSXP gained serious support via Downright/Ministry of Sound following up with a strong national tour, while ‘We On Fire’ sent blog world into a serious bout of mayhem and quickly.
On the blog front, Arcane Echo’s live launchpad flips and edits consistently gain copious amounts of attention scouting over 50 million views and reposts from EDM.com, Run The Trap and more, with a standout flip ‘Roses’ from The Chainsmokers getting the seal of approval from the duo themselves.
While the studio is ablaze, it’s on tour where Arcane Echo shares the prime of his catalogue, taking music to outlandish levels at Pacha Sydney, Brisbane’s shrine Family, Academy Perth, Defqon 1 Festival and over at The Wall in New Zealand where dirty bass music gets real.
There is no denying the highly anticipated work from Arcane Echo is dropping vibes from its very core and keeping the future of bass music and its advocates on their toes.