A snippet from Porter Robinson‘s upcoming GQ Japan March version revealed the Virtual Self creator is planning a brand new venture. After his distinctive manufacturing pivot to Virtual Self so as to have a good time techno sounds impressed by late ’90s and early 2000s dance music, one can solely imaging which route the impressed visionary would possibly go. This information dovetails properly with Porter’s Grammy Award nomination for Best Dance Recording of “Ghost Voices” made below his Virtual Self moniker.
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On Sept. eight, Porter carried out a sold-out present at Extended Clubsystem in LA. The set was an hour and 45 minutes lengthy, and he performed a brand new music, “God Rays,” which was fortunately captured on movie. While luring listeners with vast, lush synth chords, Porter flips the change and drops onerous techno.
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