Zero State Kid’s ‘Axis/Fracture’ EP surges with two impressively percussive tracks
Antariksh Records' tenth release highlights the producer’s experimentation with bass music
Based in West Bengal, India, Zero State Kid explores the exciting sounds of dubstep, drum’n’bass and breakbeat in his debut release with Antariksh Records which came out Friday, November 4, 2022.
The ‘Axis/Fracture’ EP presents two dynamic tracks filled with the raw sounds breakcore — a microgenre that emerged from the same high-tempo spirit of jungle, hardcore, and drum’n’bass, giving us an insight into the producer’s expanding bass music discography.
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Zero State Kid aka Sudip Mukherjee has previously churned out tracks that caught the attention of India’s Rusted Sound along with UK imprints Reel Long Overdub and 4NC¥ / Darkmode Record Label.
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‘Axis’ kickstarts the EP with all its percussive glory and trilling, laser-like sounds, continued by the equally energetic breaks that oscillate in intensity in ‘Fracture’. Definitely two compositions that’ll get bassheads rapturous. Equal parts experimenting with and balancing the spectrum of sounds in bass music, Zero State Kid’s ‘Axis/Fracture’ EP is just the type of release that would come out of Antariksh Records who take pride in promoting Indian artists invested in leftfield sounds.
Listen to and purchase Zero State Kid ‘Axis/Fracture’ EP here.