NEW SINGLE: Notaker Releases “Born in the Flames” Over On Armada

Here at Media in Review, we like to welcome back artists as they continue to grow and flourish. This week we have Notaker, who played us like a fiddle with “Shimmer” early last month. Notaker has since continued to push out quality tracks like his latest release “Born in the Flames”. Notaker has been rather busy and is quickly being noticed, as this track is being released with Armada Captivating. Fantastic record label, but it just keeps being better. Notaker’s style, reminiscence of superstars such as Deadmau5 and Hans Zimmer, will be nailed his next release over on mau5trap. 2017 sure has been Notaker’s year and it won’t be calming down anytime soon.

Since this is Notaker’s second time over here on MiR, I just have to give his latest track the comb through. Upon first listen “Born in the Flames” gives off two very distinct vibes. One is essentially a modern war cry, that I could easily blast to pump me up for the next attack. “Born in the Flames” also feels like it belongs in a dark film score, reminding me of scores by Trent Reznor  & Atticus Ross. Notaker continues to impress us with his atmospheric electronic style that will whip us into a frenzy at any given moment.

Be sure to give “Born in the Flames” a listen here:

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