Volor Flex "Let Me Go"
- Words: Elissa Stolman
Don't be fooled by the ample servings of sub bass, muffled and pained vocal samples, or the garage-leaning beat on "Let Me Go"—the style might smack of Burial's influence, but the tune was actually produced by Russian newcomer Volor Flex (a.k.a. Alexandr Frolov). His track is a bonus cut from the upcoming Conspiracy EP, which will see a release via R&S sub-label Apollo on October 8. The label has also shared a preview of the title track, which finds Volor Flex taking a more aggro, breakbeat-saturated approach to the sound of dark and bass-heavy future garage. You can stream that one after the jump.
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