We’d like to think that TheFatRat‘s upcoming release “Splinter” is paying homage to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles rodent mentor, but it’s more likely that the name is in reference to the haunting melody and monstrous dubstep drop that splinters the track into two distinct parts. As his first planned release of 2013, “Splinter” utilizes pitch bended vocal samples to create an eerie arpeggio encompassed by a string-laden, orchestral electro build. Set to be released on January 25th via Spinnin Records, the traditionally disco-tinged TheFatRat seems to be taking a more aggressive approach to his sound to start the new year.
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