Listen to Whyte Fang’s Wobbly Experimental Banger, “24 HRS”
Whyte Fang is transporting you to a grimy warehouse party for her latest genre-defying release," "24 HRS."
After testing it out at several recent shows, she's now officially released the track, an experimental hybrid with plenty of twists and turns. An isolated refrain kicks off the arrangement in eerie fashion before Fang, the alias of Alison Wonderland, introduces a wobbly bassline that contrasts with commanding kicks.
The first half of "24 HRS" finds a home in woozy trap music before everything turns upside down. She removes its distorted bass and speeds into a maniacal techno drop highlighted by pounding, four-on-the-floor drums. Take a listen below.[embed]https://youtube.com/watch?v=2G7hfLRrFjM[/embed]
On October 12th, fans in Colorado will have a chance to experience "24 HRS" in person when Fang takes over Denver's ReelWorks for a special live show. Featuring support from CloudNone and iixv, the warehouse event will serve as the official pre-party of Alison Wonderland's sold-out Red Rocks outing the following day.
"24 HRS" by Whyte Fang is out now. You can stream the genre-blurring track here.