i_o tempts listeners with a dance in 'Low' locations on new two-track EP – EDM All Day

i_o tempts listeners with a dance in 'Low' locations on new two-track EP – EDM All Day

From the smoldering crevices of a mau5trap backroom, i_o is feverishly taunting listeners to get “Low.”

Hot out of the oven of his new two-track Low EP, i_o makes use of the lead observe–which avid followers will acknowledge from mau5trap’s combine collection (Ep 6) the place it was teased earlier this 12 months–to proceed his maniacal spiral into the deepest throes of torrential techno. As the bass line throbs like its hooked as much as an EKG, a decadent feminine vocal lower declares: “I don’t wanna get excessive / I wanna get low.” The LA producer’s intentions for the Low EP change into clear with the second observe, titled “Move,” solidifying the devilishly dancey motif with its skittering hi-hats and ample low-end bass–topped off by one other hypnotic, looping vocal, in fact.

When he’s not on Twitter faux-beefing along with his like-minded producer pal, No Mana, he’s relentlessly churning out gritty, pulsating dance music as a mainstay on mau5trap, despite i_o-scorning “techno purists,” who helped spawn his pervasive latest single, “Not Techno.”