After spending the first half of 2013 fulfilling his desire to release vocal anthems, Northend switches gears with his sights set on overpowering destruction of the dance floor; enter Legion.
Starting out with an introduction filled with identifiable vocal chops tailored from bliss, Legion sets the calm before the storm in fine form. Breaking with a plucked synth marked to raise all hands, the build climbs towards a drum-frenzied peak, with the inevitable drop composing between a hard style kick layered with rumbling subs, a percussive top line reminiscent of a sonar beacon, all the while flipping between robotic fills and aggressive static claps. Build two returns to the eye of the storm, where arpeggiated synths and piano lines provide a moment of euphoria before another devastating build topples into a climatic drop, including a drum flip on the outro that will have DJs letting this one ride out until the end
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