Now This is Halloween! ATLiens & Badrapper Team Up for New Track “IMMA”

It has been a bit of time since we dove head first into the darkness of EDM, so it’s time to take that trip once again. This time we are checking out “IMMA”, the most recent track from the mysterious ATLiens, who have been kept relatively under wraps for quite some time now since their EP. While little is known about the duo, there have been multiple sightings of ATLiens as they tear up stages across Australia and the United States in their signature silver masks. ATLiens has been generating buzz in volumes after their first two releases “Watch Out” ft. Ragga Twins and “Malfunction” ft. TYNAN.

Let’s start this off by stating right now that ATLiens couldn’t have timed this release better, as “IMMA” just oozes Halloween. In collaboration with fellow producer Badrapper, ATLiens was able to craft yet another “out-there” track to add to their setlist. Badrapper and ATLiens use this track to showcase their wobbly bass and synth work, which “IMMA” strongly relies on. However, the fantastic use of more mechanical and stabbing synths does attribute more to the overall dark Halloween-inspired motif. ATLiens you continue to surprise and frighten us, but we can’t wait for the next one.

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New Tour New Track, Enigmatic Duo ATLiens Release “Exile” and their Invasion Tour

We are starting to fall, fall into the world of enigmatic artists. Right in the middle of the work week we have the “Exile” the most recent track from the mysterious ATLiens, who have been kept relatively under wraps for quite some time now since their EP. While little is known about the duo, there have been multiple sightings of ATLiens as they tear up stages across Australia and the United States in their signature silver masks. ATLiens has been generating buzz in volumes after their first two releases “Watch Out” ft. Ragga Twins and “Malfunction” ft. TYNAN.

Having just announced the duo’s North American tour, ATLiens decided to set the tone of the tour with “Exile”. Playing into their unknown background, the track feels post-apocalyptic in nature while hitting hard right out of the gate. “Exile” relies on the fantastic ever serrating synth work while being complemented by a foreboding bass line that creates a sinister scene in the listener’s mind. If this is what we have to look forward to, this tour is going to destroy us…in the good way.

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Prepare for Landing…ATLiens Invade With “Interstellar” Ft. Sara Skinner

Help, our airwaves are being invaded by a mysterious duo… Kicking off our work week we have the title track from the mysterious ATLiens, who have been kept relatively under wraps for quite some time now. While little is known about the duo, there have been multiple sightings of ATLiens as they tear up stages across Australia and the United States in their signature silver masks. ATLiens has been generating buzz in volumes after their first two releases “Watch Out” ft. Ragga Twins and “Malfunction” ft. TYNAN.

With how little information exists about ATLiens, we can only hope to see how out-there and unique the duo’s upcoming EP will be. If “Interstellar” serves as any indicator, we are optimistic and prepared for the arrival of our new galactic overlords. The track opens with fantastic lyrical work from the talented Sara Skinner, who entrances us with her melodic and almost uplifting vocal work. The balance is interrupted, however, as ATLiens brings in hard-hitting percussion and plenty of robotic synths to create a heavy sense of foreboding in nature. What will be next? Who knows?

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