Apashe Creates Earth-Splitting “Fracture” in Mighty Collaboration With Flux Pavillion, Joey Valence and Brae
Apashe's musical renaissance continues on, leaving fiery remnants of his path behind him.
The innovative and boundary-pushing producer has released his latest single, "Fracture," following his previous release in April, "Gasoline," which featured Delhi hip-hop artist RAGA. The towering track fires up immediately as we're greeted with a barrage of 808s, booming low end and razor-sharp percussion. Joey Valence and Brae's vocals stomp atop bellicose production from Apashe and Flux Pavilion.
Apashe's sound has evolved rapidly over the years. The Belgian-born, Canada-based artist has effortlessly found a way to weave in classical, cinematic sounds into aggressive bass music, and that approach is omnipresent in "Fracture."
The new single is a small taste of what fans can expect from his forthcoming album, Antagonist, which will feature classical music recordings of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and high-profile collaborations.
"This was really motivating because I'm just at the edge of trying new things and there is so much room for improvement," he told EDM.com after his Electric Forest 2023 performance. "You always need to remember no one does anything great alone, there's always people behind you."
Although Apashe has not yet announced the release date of Antagonist, it'll likely align with his upcoming tour of the same name. The tour will kick off on October 7th at Denver's Mission Ballroom before making stops in Los Angeles, Nashville, Chicago, and more. Fans can purchase tickets here.[embed]https://youtube.com/watch?v=C73DubnDRBk[/embed]