In one of the most interesting collaborations in recent memory, Wolfgang Gartner has teamed up with London’s Tom Staar to produce “Evil Lurks,” an eerie electro house track fit for a maniacal supervillain (as the SoundCloud image of Dr. Evil suggests). The dark, twisting production revolves around a semi-unsettling 8-bit melody, aptly designed to inspire tinges of anxiety. Periodic bass regurgitations and signature Wolfgang high-pitched synths give a spooky depth to the track, which is shaping up to be an incredibly unique production. “Evil Lurks” will see its full release on December 3rd.
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