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    Mean ideal – “Clockwork Streets”


    Mean ideal is a purveyor of all things dark, bass heavy and powerful.

    The producer/DJ identifies himself within the genres of drum and bass, dubstep, techno, darkwave and industrial metal, just to name a few. The multi-instrumentalist prides himself on self-recording, mixing and mastering all of his own work.

    Out now, his brand new album Clockwork Universe offers up 10 different and unique works, featuring a diverse range of EDM styles, with each track sounding completely different from the last. The 3rd single, “Clockwork Streets,” really caught our attention by way of glitchy synths, unique basslines and just under 10 minutes of musical exploration. The track stands as one of the more explorative components to the album, finding itself between rock-influenced electronic tracks, ambient works and noise music.

    Listen to “Clockwork Streets” and Clockwork Universe now, available through all major digital distributors and steaming services.

    Connect with Mean ideal: Twitter / SoundCloud / Website

    The post Mean ideal – “Clockwork Streets” appeared first on Noiseporn.

    Source: Noise Prn

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