Indiana native and horror-step producer, Figure, takes on Blood Diamonds’ “Barcode” with a furious barrage of screaming drum and bass and groaning synthesizers. What was once a chillwave-tinged trap production with verses from Dominic Lord, Figure’s rendition of “Barcode” tears the production limb from limb, re-assembling it like a dubstep mad scientist – is this where the heart goes? Who the hell knows. The track starts innocently enough, until Figure pushes the tempo through the roof, delivering a bass-fueled and thrashing assault on your eardrums – and your sanity. Look for the Barcode EP out March 12th on OWSLA.
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