A project built on the talents of two widely successful European artists and producers, Brimstone returns in perfect form with the new album 'Magic', available from the 7th of December. Released under the auspices of the Brimstone Records label, the album is a triumphant exploration of complex electronic styles that will have every listener utterly enchanted.
Born from the creative minds of McElvis from Riga, Latvia and Alexander Erts from Yekaterinburg, Russia, Brimstone began in 2017 with the release of 'Trapezium', a highly charged electronic album that saw the pair collaborating for the first time. Entrenched in styles like future garage, dubstep and chillstep, the album was released through Danish label CUT Records and set an instant standard. After cementing themselves as pioneers of the electronic scene, Brimstone continued to build recognition and popularity in the genre, securing their place among some of the best future garage artists around the world.
Now, the talented duo are ready to unleash their seventh album, with the highly anticipated ‘Magic’ slated for release on the 7th of December this year. Set for release on the auspices of the Brimstone Records label, ‘Magic’ will deliver ten original tracks filled to the brim with complex electronic arrangements and titanic future garage sounds.
Released two years after ‘Brimstone Vein’, the new album delivers a expressive tapestry of sounds, carving out an immersive, melodic sound on opening track 'Proem'. It's a sound built from atmospheric synths and solitary acoustic guitar notes, dredging up reflective moments that then explode with a maelstrom of vibrant electronic sounds. As an opening number, it's as close to perfect as you can possibly get. From there, Brimstone waste no time making 'Magic' their most entrancing album yet, catapulting you into waves of textured, future sounds. Throughout, highlights abound in tracks like 'Steal Me', 'Stars Don't Die, They Fade Away', and 'Delusion', proving once and for all that Brimstone aren't just one of the best future garage bands around, they're leading the charge into a new creative space.
Set for release on the 7th of December this year, 'Magic' paints an undeniably bright portrait of McElvis and Alexander Erts' combined talents. Ready earmarked as one of the biggest electronic albums of the year. For more from the ban, including all their previous albums and singles, be sure to connect with Brimstone below.
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