Simrat Pal, better known by his transformative bass music moniker SEWS, is a burgeoning producer from New Dehli, India. The upcoming producer got into electronic music after hearing deadmau5‘s “Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff.” Additionally, he draws inspiration from artists like FuntCase, Zomboy, Skrillex, and Flux Pavilion. He just released a mouth-dropping, earth-shattering track on Odio Records called “Boneshaker.” The title is nothing short of definitive and on point with how the track behaves.
“Boneshaker” features elements from a myriad of genres, including trap, bass, house, and orchestral. The beginning opens with subtlety and the evolving orchestral elements. The metallic and grimy bass synths come rising up and unleash into a ground-rattling drop. “Boneshaker” is a piece that doesn’t remain stagnant and continues to demolish anything that stands in its way. So, dive into SEWS’s unique, inclusive, and riveting sound.
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